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I'm so tantalisingly close to fitting my heatlink of my nest 3rd gen but stuck on the final hurdles

Can anyone advise which cable should go from the current socket to which new one on the heat link?

I've attached pics in this album!

https://photos.app.goo.gl/cpIXziTVpa3F3Pbw2

Thanks in advance handy men and women!


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Is it a combi boiler or do you have a hot water tank?

Your existing setup with that amount of wires looks complex, I can't answer your question directly but having setup my own heatlink it was reasonably straightforward...

- Neutral (blue) and Live (brown) go into N and L (far left of diagram in instructions)
- 3 is the call for heat
- T1 and T2 should go back to your wall thermostat (depending on your setup) and provides a 12v supply from the heatlink

This is in no way a comprehensive response and I'd recommend checking YouTube as there are some excellent install videos there.

Good luck!


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