Classic™
H2100M & I3100L
Wood
Fireplace Insert &
Hearth Heater
Owners & Installation Manual
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MODELS:
Tested by:
919-548b
H2100M
I3100L
Installer: Please complete the details on the back cover
and leave this manual with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Please keep these instructions for future reference.
FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD. 6988 Venture St., Delta, BC Canada, V4G 1H4
01.29.18
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| Thank-you for purchasing a REGENCY PRODUCT.
The pride of workmanship that goes into each of our products will give you years of trouble-free enjoyment. Should you have any questions about your product
that are not covered in this manual, please contact the REGENCY DEALER in your area. Keep those REGENCY FIRES burning.
“This wood heater has a manufacturer set minimum low burn rate that must not be altered. It is against federal regulations to alter this setting or otherwise
operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual." Failure to follow the manual details can lead to smoke and CO
emissions spilling into the home. It is recommended to have monitors in areas that are expected to generate CO such as heater fuelling areas.
“U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Certified to comply with 2015 particulate emission standards using crib wood". Not approved for sale after
May 15, 2020.”
Model Regency H2100 – 3.5 g /hr.
Model Regency I3100 – 4.2 g/ hr.
SAFETY NOTE: If this woodstove is not properly installed, a house fire may result. For your safety, follow the installation instructions, contact local building,
fire officials, or authority having jurisdiction about restrictions and installation inspection requirements in your area.
The following statements are required by the Environmental Protection Agency:
“This manual describes the installation and operation of the Regency H2100 wood heater. This heater meets the 2015 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s
crib wood emission limits for wood heaters. Under specific test conditions this heater has been shown to deliver heat at rates ranging from 10,800 BTU/hr. to
46,900 BTU/hr.” This unit has been tested using 5G series and generates the best efficiency when operated using well-seasoned wood and installed in the
main living areas where the majority of the chimney is within the building envelope and fully lined.”
This manual describes the installation and operation of the Regency I3100 wood heater. This heater meets the 2015 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s
crib wood emission limits for wood heaters. Under specific test conditions this heater has been shown to deliver heat at rates ranging from 11,900 BTU/hr. to
42,900 BTU/hr.” This unit has been tested using 5G series and generates the best efficiency when operated using well-seasoned wood and installed in the
main living areas where the majority of the chimney is within the building envelope and fully lined.”
"It is against federal regulation to operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual, or if any parts are removed. “
It is against federal regulation to operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual.
CAUTION: BURN UNTREATED WOOD ONLY. OTHER MATERIALS SUCH AS WOOD PRESERVATIVES, METAL FOILS, COAL,
PLASTIC, GARBAGE, SULPHUR OR OIL MAY DAMAGE THE HEATER
"This heater is designed to burn natural wood only. Higher efficiencies and lower emissions generally result when burning air dried seasoned hardwoods, as
compared to softwoods or to green or freshly cut hardwoods."
DO NOT BURN:
• Treated wood
• Lawn clippings or yard waste
• Manure or animal remains
• Coal
• Materials containing rubber including tires
• Saltwater driftwood or other previously salt water
saturated materials
• Garbage
• Materials containing plastic
• Unseasoned wood
• Cardboard
• Waste petroleum products , paints or paint thinners or asphalt products
• Solvents
• Materials containing asbestos
• Colored Paper
• Construction or demolition debris
• Trash
• Railroad ties
• Paper products, cardboard, plywood or particle
board. The prohibition against burning these
materials does not prohibit the use of fire starters
made from paper, cardboard, saw dust, wax and
similar substances for the purpose of starting a
fire in a wood heater
Burning these materials may result in release of toxic fumes or render the heater ineffective and cause smoke.
The authority having jurisdiction (such as Municipal Building Department, Fire Department, Fire Prevention Bureau, etc.) should be consulted before installation to determine the need to obtain a permit.
This unit must be connected to either a listed factory built chimney suitable for use with solid fuels and conforming to ULC629 in Canada or UL-103HT in the
United States of America or code approved masonry chimney with flue liner.
H2100 is tested and certified to ULC-S628 and UL1482
I3100L is tested and certified to ULC-S628, ULC-S627 and UL1482.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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table of contents
SAFETY LABEL
Safety Label For I3100l..................................................4
Safety Label For H2100M..............................................5
UNIT DIMENSIONS
Unit Dimensions For I3100L...........................................6
Unit Dimensions For H2100M........................................7
INSTALLATION
Before Installing Your Insert...........................................8
Chimney Specifications..................................................8
Fireplace Specifications.................................................8
Installing Your Insert.......................................................8
Optional Flue Connector Kit...........................................9
Masonry And Factory Built Fireplace Clearances .........9
Leg Option On H2100
Hearth Heater...............................................................10
Flue Connector Bracket................................................10
Installation Into A Factory Built Fireplace.....................10
Installation Into A Masonry Fireplace............................10
Faceplate And Trim ..................................................... 11
Fan / Blower.................................................................12
Floor Protection............................................................13
Firebrick Assembly.......................................................13
Door Handle.................................................................13
Brick Flue Baffle & Secondary Air Tube Installation.....13
Stainless Steel Smoke Deflector Adjustment
/Replacement...............................................................14
Draft Control.................................................................15
Screen Door (I3100 only).............................................15
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Seasoned Wood........................................................... 16
First Fire.......................................................................17
Fan Operation (All Units)..............................................17
Ash Disposal................................................................17
Some Safety Guidelines...............................................17
Creosote.......................................................................18
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Of Nickel-Plated Doors...........................18
Door Gasket.................................................................18
Door Latch Adjustment.................................................18
Glass Cleaning.............................................................18
Glass Replacement......................................................18
Glass Removal.............................................................18
PARTS LIST
I3100 Main Assembly...................................................20
I3100 Faceplates..........................................................21
H2100 Main Assembly..................................................22
I3100 & H2100 Firebrick...............................................23
WARRANTY
Warranty.......................................................................24
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| safety decal
This is a copy of the label that accompanies each
Regency Large Flush Insert. We have printed
a copy of the contents here for your review.
NOTE: Regency units are constantly being
improved. Check the label on the unit and if
there is a difference, the label on the unit is
the correct one.
SAFETY LABEL FOR I3100L
LISTED FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE INSERT
CERTIFIED FOR USE IN CANADA AND U.S.A.
MODEL: I3100L
TESTED TO:
ULC S628-M93 / UL 1482-1998 / ULC S627-00 / UL 737-2000
CAUTION
DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL
REPORT NO. 632-323500
(MAR.1994)
(Duplicate Serial #)
106
Install and use only in accordance with the manufacturer's installation and operating instructions. Install and use only in masonry
fireplace or factory built fireplace. Contact local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection in your area.
Minimum Clearances to Combustibles
(Measured from insert body)
ADJACENT SIDEWALL
MANTLE
TOP FACING
SIDE FACING
A)
B)
C)
D)
13"(330mm)
19"(480 mm)
18"(455 mm)
6.5"(165mm)
INSTALL ONLY ON A NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEARTH RAISED (F) 1.5" (38mm)
ABOVE AN ADJACENT COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR. COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR
MUST BE PROTECTED BY NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL EXTENDING
(E) 16" (405mm) TO FRONT AND (G) 8" (205mm) TO SIDES FROM FUEL
DOOR.
COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION: 5.5" (140mm) or 6" (152mm) STAINLESS STEEL LINER.
OPTIONAL COMPONENT: FAN, ELECTRICAL RATING: VOLTS 115, 60 HZ, 0.6 AMPS, SCREEN DOOR
DO NOT REMOVE BRICKS OR MORTAR IN MASONRY FIREPLACE. FOR USE WITH SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY. DO
NOT USE GRATE OR ELEVATE FIRE. BUILD WOOD FIRE DIRECTLY ON HEARTH. OPERATE WITH FEED DOOR
CLOSED, OPEN TO FEED FIRE ONLY. REPLACE GLASS ONLY WITH CERAMIC GLASS (5mm). INSPECT AND CLEAN
CHIMNEY FREQUENTLY. UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS OF USE CREOSOTE BUILDUP MAY OCCUR RAPIDLY. DO
NOT OVERFIRE, IF INSERT GLOWS YOU ARE OVER-FIRING.
Serial No./ No de série
106
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
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2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 JAN
FEB
MAR
Manufactured by:
FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS
INTERNATIONAL LTD.
6988 Venture Street
Delta, BC V4G 1H4
MADE IN CANADA
APR
MAY
JUN
HOT WHILE IN OPERATION
DO NOT TOUCH. KEEP
CHILDREN, CLOTHING
AND FURNITURE AWAY.
CONTACT MAY CAUSE
SKIN BURNS. READ ABOVE
INSTRUCTIONS.
908-343e
JUL
AUG
SEPT OCT
NOV
DEC
safety decal
This is a copy of the label that accompanies each
Regency Hearth Heater. We have printed a
copy of the contents here for your review.
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NOTE: Regency units are constantly being
improved. Check the label on the unit and if
there is a difference, the label on the unit is the
correct one.
SAFETY LABEL FOR H2100M
103
(Duplicate Serial #)
LISTED FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE ACCESSORY HEARTH STOVE
CERTIFIED FOR USE IN CANADA AND U.S.A.
MODEL: H2100M
TESTED TO: ULC S628-M93 / UL 1482-1998 REPORT NO. 6255 (JULY 1991)
CAUTION
DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL
INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN MASONRY FIREPLACE
OR FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE.
CONTACT LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION IN YOUR AREA.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS (MEASURED FROM INSERT BODY)
ADJACENT SIDEWALL
MANTEL
TOP FACING
SIDE FACING
HEARTH EXTENSION (DEPTH)
HEARTH EXTENSION (ELEVATION)
HEARTH EXTENSION (WIDTH)
A) 10 in /
B) 25 in /
C) 14 in /
D) 8.5 in/
E) 18 in /
F) 1.5 in/
G) 6 in /
255 mm
635 mm
355 mm
216mm
455 mm
38 mm
150 mm
INSTALL ONLY ON A NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEARTH RAISED (F) 1.5 IN / 38 MM
ABOVE AN ADJACENT COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR. COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR MUST
BE PROTECTED BY NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL EXTENDING (E) 18 IN / 455
MM TO FRONT AND (G) 6 IN / 150 MM TO SIDES.
COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION MUST HAVE EITHER A 5.5"
(140mm) or 6" (150MM) STAINLESS STEEL LINER.
DO NOT REMOVE BRICKS OR MORTAR IN MASONRY FIREPLACE. FOR USE WITH SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY. DO NOT USE GRATE
MANUFACTURED BY:
OR ELEVATE FIRE. BUILD WOOD FIRE DIRECTLY ON HEARTH. OPERATE WITH FEED DOOR CLOSED, OPEN TO FEED FIRE ONLY. FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD.
REPLACE GLASS ONLY WITH CERAMIC GLASS (5 MM).
6988 VENTURE ST. DELTA, BC V4G 1H4
INSPECT AND CLEAN CHIMNEY FREQUENTLY. UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS OF USE CREOSOTE BUILDUP MAY OCCUR RAPIDLY.
908-389e
DO NOT OVERFIRE, IF INSERT GLOWS YOU ARE OVER-FIRING.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
JAN
FEB
MAR
MADE IN CANADA
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEPT OCT NOV
DEC
HOT WHILE IN OPERATION
DO NOT TOUCH. KEEP CHILDREN,
CLOTHING AND FURNITURE
AWAY. CONTACT MAY CAUSE
SKIN BURNS. READ ABOVE
INSTRUCTIONS.
Serial No./ No de série
103
Part #: 908-389d
Size: 10.06" W x 3.27" H (file at 100%)
Colour: Black on grey, except for what is highlighted in yellow is red.
Feb. 14/17: Moved Serial #
Apr. 29/16: Rev. D - updated yrs. of manufacture 2017-2021
Nov. 25/14: Updated ETL Logo
Jan. 22/14: Updated yrs of manufacture
Apr. 4/11:updated yrs. of manufacture / added 5.5" stainless liner
Mar. 15/10: updated yrs. of manufacture.
Jan. 2/08: updated yrs. of manufacture.
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UNIT DIMENSIONS FOR I3100L
1
"
16
153.99
6
3
1 "
8
35.56
15
13
"
16
401.40
5
27 "
8
702.06
26"
660.40
9
"
16
953.39
37
15
"
16
125.65
4
3
23 "
8
593.19
32
11
"
16
830.25
A
A
9
"
16
242.65
9
1
6 "
4
158.75
7
22 "
8
580.50
1
44 "
4
1123.95
3
5 "
8
136.53
* Regular Faceplate
Oversize Faceplate 50"W x 34-1/2"H
ALL PICTURES / DIAGRAMS SHOWN THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL ARE FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY.
ACTUAL PRODUCT MAY VARY DUE TO PRODUCT ENHANCEMENTS.
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SECTION A-A
dimensions
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UNIT DIMENSIONS FOR H2100M
(28”)
(711mm)
(24-5/8”)
(625mm)
(6”)
(152mm)
(1-5/16”)
(33mm)
(19-13/16”)
(503mm)
(2-1/8”)
(54mm)
(7”)
(178mm)
(22-1/2”)
(571mm)
(20-3/8”)
(517mm)
(25-7/16”)
(646mm)
Regular faceplate is 40 1/4 W x 30” H
Oversize Faceplate is 48”W x 33” H
(3-3/8”)
(86mm)
(16-13/16”)
(427mm)
(20”)
(508mm)
(28” with legs)
(711mm)
(16-1/8”)
(409mm)
(5”)
(127mm)
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Regency Inserts are constructed with the highest quality materials and assembled under strict
quality control procedures that insure years of
trouble free and reliable performance.
It is important that you read this manual thoroughly and fully understand the safe installation and operating procedures. The more
you understand the way your Regency Insert
operates, the more enjoyment you will experience from knowing that your unit is operating
at peak performance.
BEFORE INSTALLING
YOUR INSERT
1) Read all instructions before installing and
using your fireplace insert. Install and use
only in accordance with manufacturer’s
installation and operating instructions.
2) Check your local building codes - Building
Inspection Department. You may require
a permit before installing your insert. Be
aware that local codes and regulations may
override some items in the manual.
WARNING: Careless installation is the
major cause of safety hazard. Check all
local building and safety codes before
installation of unit.
3) Notify your home insurance company that
you plan to install a fireplace insert or hearth
heater.
4) Your fireplace insert is heavy and requires
two or more people to move it safely. The
insert can be badly damaged by mishandling.
5) If your existing fireplace damper control
will become inaccessible once you have
installed your Regency Insert, you should
either remove or secure it in the open position.
6) Inspect your fireplace and chimney prior
to installing your insert to determine that it
is free from cracks, loose mortar or other
signs of damage. If repairs are required,
they should be completed before installing
your insert. Do not remove bricks or mortar
from your masonry fireplace.
7) Do not connect the insert to a chimney
system servicing another appliance or an
air distribution duct.
Emissions from burning wood or gas could
contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
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CHIMNEY
SPECIFICATIONS
Before installing, check and clean your chimney
system thoroughly. If in doubt about its condition, seek professional advice. Your Regency
Insert is designed for installation into a masonry
fireplace that is constructed in accordance with
the requirements of "The Standard for Chimneys,
Fireplaces, Vents, and Solid Fuel Burning Appliance", N.F.P.A. 211, the National Building
Code of Canada, or the applicable local code
requirements.
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or,
in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian
Electrical code, CSA C22.1.
Regency Inserts are designed to use either a
5.5" (140mm) or 6" (152mm) flue.
Requirements for Installing
Solid-fuel Inserts in Factory-built
Fireplaces.
1) The insert must be tested and meet the
requirements of UL 1482 (U.S.) and or ULC
S628 (Canada) when tested in a masonry
fireplace built per ULC S628.
2) The factory-built fireplace must be listed per
UL 127 or ULC S610.
3) Clearances obtained from the masonry fireplace tests are also relevant for installation
in factory-built fireplaces.
4) Installation must include a full height listed
chimney liner type HT requirements (2100
degree F.) per UL 1777 (U.S.) or ULC
S635 (Canada). The liner must be securely
attached to the insert flue collar and the
chimney top.
5) Means must be provided to prevent room
air passage to the chimney cavity of the
fireplace. This may be accomplished by
sealing the damper area around the chimney
liner, or sealing the fireplace front.
6) Alteration of the fireplace in any manner is not
permitted with the following exceptions;
a. external trim pieces which do not affect
the operation of the fireplace may be
removed providing they can be stored
on or within the fireplace for re-assembly
if the insert is removed.
b. the chimney damper may be removed
to install the chimney liner.
7) Circulating air chambers (i.e. in a steel
fireplace liner or metal heat circulator) shall
not be blocked.
8) Means must be provided for removal of the
insert to clean the chimney flue.
9) Inserts that project in front of the fireplace
must be supplied with appropriate supporting
means.
10)Installer must mechanically attach the supplied label to the inside of the firebox of the
fireplace into which the insert is installed.
"WARNING: This fireplace has been converted
for use with a wood insert only and cannot be
used for burning wood or solid fuels unless
all original parts have been replaced, and the
fireplace re-approved by the authority having
jurisdiction."
In order for a solid-fuel insert to be certified
for use in factory-built fireplaces, the above
information must be clearly stated in the installation manual and appropriate markings. Final
approval is contingent on the authority having
jurisdiction.
FIREPLACE
SPECIFICATIONS
Your fireplace opening requires the following
minimum sizes:
Height
Width Depth
Large (I3100L)
25"
28" 17"
Hearth Heater (H2100M)
20.0" -- -Two faceplates are available to seal the fireplace opening:
Standard
Oversize
Large (I3100L)
44"W x 32"H
50"W x 34.5"H
Hearth Heater (H2100M)
40 1/4"W x 30"H
48"W x 33"H
INSTALLING YOUR
INSERT
Your insert is very heavy and will require two
or three people to move it into position. The
insert can be made a little lighter by removing
the cast iron door by opening it and lifting it
off its hinges. Be sure to protect your hearth
extension with a heavy blanket or carpet scrap
during the installation.
Convection Grills for
I3100L
The convection grills are installed before the
unit is positioned inside the fireplace.
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OPTIONAL FLUE
CONNECTOR KIT
Position the grill on the inside bodyface side and
fasten using the bolts, washers and nuts provided
(2 per side) as shown in the diagrams.
The optional Flue Connector Kit (Part # 846-527)
and the Straight Flue Adaptor (Part #846-504)
shown here, may be used to produce a secure
connection between your flue connector and the
insert collar. Detailed installation instructions are
included with the kit.
Note: The grill has a front and rear, the holes
on the front side have rounded edges
and the rear holes have flat edges.
View from Rear of Insert
MASONRY AND FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE CLEARANCES
The minimum required clearances to combustible materials when installed into a masonry or factory built fireplace are listed below.
Unit
Large Flush
Insert I3100L
Hearth Heater
H2100M
Adjacent
Side Wall
(to Side of
Unit)
Mantle**
(to Top of
unit)
Top
Facing
(to Top of Unit)
Side
Facing
(to Side of Unit)
Minimum
Hearth
Extension
Minimum
Hearth
Thickness*
Minimum
Hearth
Extension
Side
From Top of
Unit
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
13"/330mm
19"/480mm
18"/455mm
6.5"/165mm
16"/406mm
1.5"/38mm
8"/205mm
23-1/4"/603mm
10"/255mm
25"/635mm
14"/355mm
8.5"/216mm
18"/455mm
1.5"/38mm
6"/152mm
22-1/2"/572mm
Side and Top facing is a maximum of 1.5"
thick.
Floor protection must non-combustible, insulative material with an R value of 1.1 or greater.
*
If the hearth extension is flush with the floor
(F) it must extend 19.5" in front of the body
face (E).
Note: Hearth Extension Width (G) is measured from edge of fuel door to side
of hearth.
** A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower height if the framing
is made of metal studs covered with a
non-combustible board.
H
** Mantel depth - maximum of 10" (254mm)
Thermal floor protection is not required if the unit is
raised 3.5" minimum (measured from the bottom of
the stove). However, standard ember floor protection is required. It will need to be a non-combustible
material that covers 16" (406 mm) in the US and
18" (450 mm) in Canada to the front of the unit and
8" (200 mm) to the sides.
Clearance diagram for installations
If the unit is not raised, thermal floor protection
required is 18" (458 mm) in the US and Canada.
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LEG OPTION ON H2100 INSTALLATION INTO A
HEARTH HEATER
MASONRY FIREPLACE
The addition of legs to the Hearth Heater does
not alter its certification, it does not become a
freestanding woodstove. The H2100 can only
be installed as a Hearth Heater i.e. vented into
a masonry or factory built fireplace.
The instructions below apply to the cast legs.
It will be easier to attach the legs to the stove
if it is tipped on its back (preferably on a soft
surface to prevent scratching).
1) Thread the bolt and washer through the
leg, and then into the nutsert in the base
of the stove and tighten.
2) Level the stove by adjusting the levelling
bolts in the bottom of each leg.
When referencing installation or connection to masonry fireplaces or chimneys, the
masonry construction must or shall be code
complying.
The insert must be installed as per the requirements of your local inspection authority. Three
methods of flue connection are acceptable in
most areas, these include:
1) Positive flue connection, where a large
blocking plate and a short connector pipe
is used.
2) Direct flue connection, where a smaller
blocking plate and a connector pipe to the
first flue liner tile is used.
3) Full flue liner, where a stainless steel rigid
or flexible liner pipe is routed from the insert
outlet collar to the top of the chimney.
Regency highly recommends the use of a full
liner as the safest installation and provides the
most optimum performance. Your retailer should
be able to help you decide which system would
be the best for your application.
NOTE: Adding the
legs changes the
height of the unit,
make sure you have
sufficient clearance
(min. 28") for your flue
connection.
FLUE CONNECTOR
BRACKET
Note: A clean-out door is sometimes
required, by your inspector, to be
installed when either the Positive flue
connection or Direct flue connection
method is used.
The use of one of the connection methods listed
on this page not only increases the safety of your
insert by directing the hot gases up the flue, but
will also help increase the unit's efficiency and
decrease creosote deposits in the chimney.
When a connected flue or liner is in use, the
insert is able to “breathe” better by allowing a
greater draft to be created. The greater draft can
decrease problems such as, difficult start-ups,
smoking out the door, and dirty glass.
INSTALLATION INTO A
FACTORY BUILT
FIREPLACE
1) When installed in a factory built fireplace, a
full stainless steel rigid or flexible flue liner
is mandatory, for both safety and performance purposes. When a flue or liner is in
use, the insert is able to breathe better by
allowing a greater draft to be created. The
greater draft can decrease problems such
as, difficult start-ups, smoking out the door,
and dirty glass.
1) Positive Flue
Connection
with Cleanout
2) Direct Flue
Connection
with Cleanout
Package contains: 3 brackets and 6 screws.
2) In order to position the flue liner, the existing rain cap must be removed from your
chimney system. In most cases the flue
damper should also be removed to allow
passage of the liner.
3) In most cases opening the existing spark
screens fully should give enough room for
the insert installation. If it does not, remove
and store.
These brackets are to be used to hold the flue
liner (not supplied) to the Insert and keep the
connection. The brackets are screwed into the
top of the Insert in the pre-punched holes and
then screwed into the flue liner.
3a)Full Flue Liner
(No Cleanout
Required)
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In Canada this fireplace insert must be
installed with a continuous chimney liner
of either 5.5" or 6" diameter extending
from the fireplace insert to the top of the
chimney. The chimney liner must conform
to the Class 3 requirements of CAN/ULCS640, Standard for Lining Systems for
New Masonry Chimneys.
3b)Hearth Heater with
Full Flue Liner
(No Cleanout
Required)
installation
4) If the floor of your fireplace is below the
level of the fireplace opening, adjust the
insert's levelling bolts to accommodate the
difference. When additional shimming is
required, use non-combustible masonry or
steel shims.
5) Measure approximately the alignment of
the flue liner with the position of the smoke
outlet hole on the insert to check for possible offset. If an offset is required, use a
proper stainless steel unit available with
the chimney liner.
FACEPLATE AND TRIM
Prior to sliding your insert into its final position
and attaching the connector or liner pipe, the
faceplate side panel plates must be installed
as follows:
A) H2100M and I3100L Insert
1) Slide the spring nuts (supplied) over the
slots in the insert’s side convection panels
(the spring nuts may need to be squeezed
with a pair of pliers first, to help them stay
in position).
2) Screw the side faceplate panels, (item A in
the diagram) one to each side.
3) Using the top panel (item B in the diagram)
as a gauge, check that the side panels are
within approximately 1/4" of the overall width.
If the difference is greater than this, use
the supplied washers to attain the required
width.
Flush Inserts
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B) All units
The unit may now be slid into final position and
attached to the connection system.
Once connection is made, the insulation strips
should be installed between the insert faceplates
and the fireplace face. The faceplate top may
now be installed (with insulation strip behind)
by aligning its brackets with the top flange on
the side shields and the angle iron bar on the
insert top. The faceplate trim may be installed
to the edge of the faceplate at this time.
Note: It may be easier to install the insulation, faceplate top and faceplate trim
with the unit pulled slightly away from
the fireplace face. If this is done, be
very careful not to disturb the connector when shifting the unit to its
final position.
Now that your insert is installed, check once
more that all the clearances from the unit to
any combustible materials are correct as listed
earlier.
Hearth Heater
6) Once the above items have been checked,
slide your insert into position after first positioning the flue liner and offset if required.
(Re-install raincap at completion of installation).
Draft is the force which moves air from the appliance up through the chimney. The amount of
draft in your chimney depends on the length of the
chimney, local geography, nearby obstructions
and other factors. Too much draft may cause
excessive temperatures in the appliance and
may cause damage. An uncontrollable burn or
excessive temperature indicates excessive draft.
Inadequate draft may cause back puffing into the
room and plugging of the chimney. Inadequate
draft will cause the appliance to leak smoke
into the room through appliance and chimney
connector joints. Ensure the heater is installed
in areas that are not too close to neighbors or
in valleys that would cause unhealthy air quality
or nuisance conditions.
Diagram 1:
H2100M and I3100L
Faceplate Assembly
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FAN / BLOWER
Installer: Please record unit serial number here before installing blower.
Serial No.______________________________
Your fan should only be installed once the unit is
in place in order to prevent any damage to the
fan. To attach, follow the instructions provided
with the fan
1) Align the fan support with the offset clip
on the bottom of the ashlip.
2) Slide the supports into the clips. The tension
holding the clips in place may be adjusted by
increasing or decreasing the offset spacing
of the clips.
3) Ensure that the power cord is not in contact
with any hot stove surfaces.
4) Push the Regency logo plate into the two
holes in the front bottom left corner of the
fan.
Do not turn fan ON until your insert has
reached operating temperature or at least
30 minutes after starting fire.
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CAUTION: Label all wires prior
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WARNING:
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a
three pronged (grounding) plug for
your protection against shock hazard
and should be plugged directly into
a properly grounded three-prong
receptacle. Do not cut or remove the
grounding prong from this plug.
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Lug Detail
Important:
The blower to this appliance must be turned
off anytime the fuel door is opened. Prior to
turning the blower back on, ensure there are no
embers near the blower which may have fallen
onto the hearth when the fuel door was opened.
Once the fuel door is closed, the blower may
be turned back on.
Lockwasher
Star washer
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Fan
Blower/Fan Wiring Diagram
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White
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High (Black)
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Fan
Switch
Low (Red)
Fan Thermodisc
(normally open)
Manual/
Auto
Switch
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Ground wire
from power cord
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Neutral
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installation
FLOOR PROTECTION
Please check to ensure that your floor protection
and hearth will meet the standards for clearance
to combustibles. Your hearth extension must be
made from a non-combustible material.
FIREBRICK ASSEMBLY
Firebrick is included to extend the life of your
insert and radiate heat more evenly. Check to
see that all firebricks are in their correct positions and have not become misaligned during
shipping.
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BRICK FLUE BAFFLE &
SECONDARY AIR TUBE
INSTALLATION
The flue baffle system located in the upper area
of the firebox is removable to make cleaning
your chimney system easier. The brick baffles
must be installed prior to your first fire. Smoke
spillage and draft problems may occur if the
baffles are improperly positioned. Check the
position of the brick baffles on a regular basis as
they can be dislodged if too much fuel is forced
into the firebox.
3) Important: push both baffle bricks so
they are tight against the side walls.
The Large Insert I3100L is shipped with one of
the secondary air tubes loose inside the firebox.
It needs to be installed after the brick baffle are
installed. Follow the directions below.
Large Insert I3100L
The unit arrives with the third air tube (from the
front) and the 2 baffle bricks on the floor of the
firebox. The baffle bricks are positioned first and
then the air tubes are installed.
Large Insert (I3100L)
1) Slide the left baffle brick over the two rear
air tubes and then push it all the way to the
left side of the firebox.
Front View
4) Install the third air tube into the holes on the
side channels. The notch goes on the right
hand side with the air holes facing forward
toward the door opening. If the tube will not
slide in easily, simply use a pair of vise grips
or pliers and tap it into place with a hammer.
A tighter fit will ensure the tube will not move
when the unit is burning.
Hearth Heater (H2100M)
DOOR HANDLE
Attach spring handle by rotating counter clockwise onto rod. Ensure that the rod fits into the
entire length of the spring handle.
2) Tilt the first Baffle Brick down and then slide
the 2nd Baffle Brick up and back. Reposition
both baffle bricks flat on the air tubes.
Note: When cleaning the chimney reverse
the above procedures, removing
the air tube and baffle bricks and
then replace them when cleaning is
completed.
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STAINLESS STEEL SMOKE DEFLECTOR ADJUSTMENT / REPLACEMENT
The stainless smoke deflector is located in the upper front area of the firebox. The deflector is held in place with 2 bolts
Prior to the first fire, ensure deflector is seated properly and secured with 2 hand tightened bolts.
Ensure deflector is seated so bolts are situated
at the top of the keyhole before tightening.
Smoke deflector
Smoke deflector is installed through the door
opening in location shown in diagram
To replace the deflector, loosen off both bolts and slide defector upward and out. Install new deflector and hand tighten bolts. Ensure positive location of
the deflector prior to hand tightening.
WARNING: Operation of the unit without proper installation of smoke deflector will void warranty.
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Hearth Heater (H2100M)
Steel Baffle
Place the insulation batt on top of the baffle.
Make sure that this batt is laying flat and does
not obstruct the smoke from getting up the flue
opening. This insulating batt may be wrapped
in paper for handling purposes and does not
require removal. Batt hold down weights are
supplied with the unit and are to be placed on
the insulation to either side of the flame spreader
as shown in the diagram and at the rear, directly
in front of the flue opening.
Slide the rear of the baffle on top of the rear
air channel in front of the locating tabs. Make
sure that the insulation is lying flat and does
not obstruct the smoke from getting up the flue
opening. Place hold down weights on top of
the insulation - one on each side.
Lift the front end of the baffle up and over the
rear of the air tube. On Hearth Heater (H2100M)
remove center tube by sliding it sideways first
and then down.
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SCREEN DOOR
(I3100 ONLY)
Hook screen to the inside on the right side
of the firebox door opening. Lock in place by
turning handle.
Hooks
Handle Lock
Back Side of Screen Shown
DRAFT CONTROL
Before establishing your first fire, it is important
that your fully understand the operation of you
draft control. The draft rod is on the left side of
the Inserts and it controls the intensity of the
fire by increasing or decreasing the amount of
air allowed into the firebox. To increase your
draft - pull open, and to decrease - push closed.
NOTE: The handle must be positioned at 10
o'clock when closed to avoid the handle from
getting hot and to ensure the screen stays in
place.
Lift the rear of the baffle, pivoting it on the air
tube, until it clears the rear air channel.
Pull Open
Push Closed
As well as a primary and glass wash air system,
the unit has a full secondary draft system that
allows air to the induction ports at the top of
the firebox, just below the flue baffle.
WARNING: To build a fire in ignorance or to
disregard the informa­tion contained in this
section can cause serious permanent damage to the unit and void your warranty.
Handle at 10 o'clock position.
WARNING
Fireplace Stoves equipped with doors
should be operated only with doors
fully closed. If doors are left partly
open, gas and flame may be drawn out
of the fireplace stove opening, creating risks from both fire and smoke.
When operated with doors open the
manufacturer supplied screen must
be used.
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SEASONED WOOD
Whether you burn wood in a fireplace, stove or insert, good quality firewood is the key to convenience, efficiency and safety. Wet wood and pieces that are
not the right size and shape for your wood burner can be frustrating, burn inefficiently and deposit creosote that can fuel a dangerous chimney fire. Good
planning, seasoning and storage of the firewood supply are essential to successful wood burning.
•Stack the wood in separate rows in an open location where the summer sun can warm it and breezes can carry away the moisture. Do not stack
unseasoned wood tightly in an unvented storage area.
•
Do not allow firewood to lie on the ground for more than a couple of days before stacking. Mould and rot can set in quickly.
•
Stack the wood up off the ground on poles, lumber rails or pallets.
•
The top of the pile can be covered to keep off rain, but do not cover the sides.
Softer woods like pine, spruce and poplar/aspen that is cut, split and stacked properly in the early spring maybe be ready for burning in the fall. Extremely
hard woods like oak and maple, and large pieces of firewood, may take a minimum of a full year to dry enough. Drying may also take longer in damp climates
There are a few ways to tell if wood is dry enough to burn efficiently. Use as many indicators as possible to judge the dryness of the firewood your are considering. Here are ways to judge firewood moisture.
•Using a moisture meter, select the species of fuel and then penetrate the pins into a split piece. Ideal moisture and seasoned firewood should be
less than 20% moisture content.
•Checks or cracks in the end grain can be an indication of dryness, but may not be a reliable indicator. Some wet wood has checks and some dry
wood has no checks.
•
The wood tends to darken from white or cream colour to grey or yellow as it dries.
•
Two dry pieces banged together sound hollow; wet pieces sound solid and dull.
•
Dry wood weighs much less than wet wood.
•
Split a piece of wood. If the exposed surface feels damp, the wood is too wet to burn.
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How to Light & Maintain a Wood Stove Fire 10) For those units installed at higher elevations
or into sub-standard masonry fireplaces,
drafting problems may occur. Consult an
experienced dealer or mason on methods
When your installation is completed and inof increasing your draft.
spected, you are ready for your first fire.
FIRST FIRE
1) Open draft control fully.
2) Open firebox door and build a small fire using
paper and dry kindling, wait a few minutes
for a good updraft in the flue to establish the
fire. Leaving the door slightly open will help
your fire start more rapidly.
CAUTION: Never leave unit unattended if door is left open. This
procedure is for fire start-up only,
as unit may over-heat if door is left
open for too long.
3) With the draft still in the fully open position,
add two or three seasoned logs to your fire.
Form a trench in the ash bed to allow air to
reach the rear of the firebox prior to closing
the door.
4) After about 15 to 20 minutes, when your
wood has begun to burn strongly, adjust
your draft control down to keep the fire at a
moderate level.
WARNING: Never build a roaring
fire in a cold stove. Always warm
your stove up slowly!
5) Once a bed of coals has been established,
you may adjust the draft control to a low
setting to operate the unit in its most efficient
mode.
6) During the first couple of hours, keep the
combustion rate at a moderate level and
avoid a large fire until the paint is cured.
Only then can you operate the insert at its
maximum setting, and only after the metal
has been warmed.
7) For the first few hours, the insert will give
off an odour from the paint. This is to be
expected as the high temperature paint
becomes seasoned. Windows and/or doors
should be left open to provide adequate
ventilation while this temporary condition
exists. Burning the insert at a very high
temperature the first few times may damage
the paint. Burn fires at a moderate level the
first few days.
8) Do not place anything on the insert top
during the curing process. This may result
in damage to your paint finish.
9) During the first few hours it may be more difficult to start the fire. As you dry out your fire
brick and your masonry flue (if applicable),
your draft will increase.
11)Some cracking and popping noises may be
experienced during the heating up process.
These noises will be minimal when your unit
reaches temperature.
12)Before opening your door to reload, open
draft fully for approximately 10 to 15 seconds
until fire has been re-established. This will
minimize any smoking.
13) All fuel burning appliances consume oxygen
during operation. It is important that you
supply a source of fresh air to your unit
while burning. A slightly opened window is
sufficient for this purpose.
CAUTION: If the body of your unit
(or in the H2100M flue baffle) starts
to glow you are overfiring. Stop
loading fuel immediately and close
the draft control until the glow has
completely subsided.
14)Green or wet wood is not recommended for
your unit. If you must add wet or green fuel,
open the draft control fully until all moisture
has been dispersed by the intense fire.
Once all moisture has been removed, the
draft control may be adjusted to maintain
the fire.
15) If you have been burning your insert on a low
draft, use caution when opening the door.
After opening the damper, open the door
a crack, and allow the fire to adjust before
fully opening the door.
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matic temperature sensor will engage the blower
when the unit is at temperature and will shut off
the blower once the fire has gone out and the unit
has cooled to below a useful heat output range.
To manually operate the fan system, push the
first switch to "Man" and second switch to either
"high" or "Low". This will bypass the sensing
device and allow full control of the fan. Switching
from "Auto" to "Manual" or "High" to "Low" may
be done at any time.
ASH DISPOSAL
During constant use, ashes should be removed
every few days. Please take care to prevent the
build-up of ash around the start-up air housing located inside the firebox, under the loading door lip.
DO NOT ALLOW ASHES TO BUILD UP TO THE
LOADING DOORS.
Only remove ashes when the fire has died down.
Even then, expect to find a few hot embers. Always
leave 1 to 2 inches of ash in the bottom of the
firebox. This helps in easier starting and a more
uniform burn of your fire.
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a
tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should
be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the
ground, well away from all combustible materials,
pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed
of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed,
they should be retained in the closed container
until all cinders have thoroughly cooled. Other
waste should not be placed in the ash container.
SOME SAFETY
GUIDELINES
16)The controls of your unit should not be altered
to increase firing for any reason.
1) Never use gasoline, gasoline type lantern
fuels, kerosene, charcoal lighter fuel, or similar
liquids to start or ‘freshen up’ a fire in your
heater. Keep all such liquids well away from
the heater while it is in use.
FAN OPERATION
(ALL UNITS)
2) Keep the door closed during operation and
maintain all seals in good condition.
The fan is to be operated only with the draft
control rod pulled out at least 1/2" from the
fully closed position. The fan is not to be
operated when the draft control rod is in the
closed position (pushed in). The fully closed
position is the low burn setting.
The fan unit must not be turned on until a fire
has been burning for at least 30 minutes and
the unit is hot enough. As well, after each fuel
loading the fan must be shut off until 30 minutes
has elapsed.
To operate fan automatically, push switch on side
of fan housing to "Auto" and second switch to
either "High" or "Low" for fan speed. The auto-
3) Do not burn large quantities of paper in your
insert.
4) If you have smoke detectors, prevent smoke
spillage as this may set off a false alarm.
5) Do not overfire your insert. Attempts to
achieve heat output rates that exceed heater
design specifications can result in permanent
damage to the heater If the insert or its flue
baffle begin to glow, you are overfiring. Stop
adding fuel and close the draft control. Overfiring can cause extensive damage to your
stove including warpage and premature steel
corrosion. Overfiring will void your warranty.
6) Do not permit creosote or soot buildup in the
chimney system. Check and clean chimney
at regular intervals.
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7) Your Regency Insert can be very hot. You
may be seriously burned if you touch the
insert while it is operating. Warn children of
the burn hazard.
8) The insert consumes air while operating,
provide adequate ventilation with an air
duct or open a window while the insert is
in use.
9) Do not use grates, irons or other methods
for supporting fuel. Burn directly on the
bricks.
10)Open the draft control fully for 10 to 15
seconds prior to slowly opening the door
when refuelling the fire.
11)Do not connect your unit to any air distribution duct.
12)Your insert should burn dry, standard firewood only. The use of “mill ends” is discouraged as this fuel can easily overheat your
insert. Evidence of excessive overheating
will void your warranty. As well, a large
portion of sawmill waste is chemically
treated lumber, which is illegal to burn in
many areas. Chemically treated fire logs
also must not be burned in your insert.
13)Do not store any fuel closer than 2 feet from
your unit.
14)Do not burn salt drift wood as it will corrode
your unit and void the warranty.
15)Do not operate the unit if the glass is broken
or missing. Do not operate the unit if the
gasketing is worn out and not sealing the
door or the glass.
It is very important to carefully maintain your
insert, including burning seasoned wood and
maintaining a clean stove and chimney system.
Have the chimney cleaned before the burning
season and as necessary during the season, as
creosote deposits may build up rapidly. Moving
parts of your insert require no lubrication.
CREOSOTE
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and
other organic vapors, which form creosote when
combined with moisture. The creosote vapors
condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a
slow-burning fire. As a result, creosote residue
accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited,
this creosote can make an extremely hot fire.
Removal for Cleaning etc.
Removal of your insert for cleaning purposes
is usually not required if a proper installation
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has been done. In the event that removal is required, be sure not to damage any parts needed
for re-installation. In most cases removal and
replacement of the baffle system should allow
full access for cleaning.
WARNING: Things to remember in case
of chimney fire:
1) Close draft control
2) Call the Fire Department
DOOR LATCH
ADJUSTMENT
The door latch may require adjustment as the
door gasket material compresses after a few
fires. Removal of the spacer washer, shown
in the diagram below, will allow the latch to
be moved closer to the door frame, causing
a tighter seal. Remove and replace the nuts,
washer as shown.
Ways to Prevent and
Keep Unit Free of Creosote
1) Burn insert with draft control wide open for
about 15 minutes every morning during burning season. This helps to prevent creosote
deposits within the heating system.
2) Burn insert with draft control wide open for
about 10 - 15 minutes every time you add
fresh wood. This allows the wood to achieve
the charcoal stage faster and burns up any
wood vapors which might otherwise be
deposited within the system.
3) Only burn seasoned wood! Avoid burning
wet or green wood. Seasoned wood has
been dried at least one year.
4) A small hot fire is preferable to a large
smouldering one that can deposit creosote
within the system.
5) Check the chimney at least twice a month
during the burning season for creosote
build-up.
6) Have chimney system and unit cleaned by
competent chimney sweeps twice a year
during the first year of use and at least once
a year thereafter or when needed.
MAINTENANCE OF
NICKEL-PLATED DOORS
The nickel electroplated finish on the doors
requires little maintenance, and need only be
cleaned with a damp cloth. DO NOT use abrasive
materials or chemical cleaners, as they may
harm the finish and void the warranty.
DOOR GASKET
If the door gasket requires replacement, 7/8"
diameter material must be used. A proper high
temperature gasket adhesive is required. A
gasket repair kit, Part # 846-570 is available
from your local Regency dealer.
GLASS CLEANING
Only clean your glass window when it is cool.
Your local retailer can supply you with special
glass cleaner if plain water and a soft cloth does
not remove all deposits.
GLASS
REPLACEMENT
Your Regency Insert is supplied with 5 mm.
Neoceram ceramic glass that will withstand
the highest heat that your unit will produce. In
the event that you break your glass by impact
- purchase your replacement from an authorized
Regency dealer only, and follow our step-by-step
instructions.
GLASS REMOVAL
Allow the stove to cool before removing or replacing glass. Remove the door from the insert
and remove the glass retainer. Use caution
when removing broken glass to prevent injury.
When placing the replacement glass in the
door, make sure that the glass gasketing will
properly seal your unit. Replace the retainer
and tighten securely, but do not wrench down
on the glass as this may cause breakage. Do
not substitute materials. If your glass door does
break, do not continue to use your unit until it
has been replaced.
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Annual Maintenance
Completely clean out entire unit
Annually
Inspect air tubes, baffles and bricks
Replace any damaged parts.
Adjust door catch / latch
If unable to obtain a tight seal on the door - replace door gasket seal.
Readjust latch after new gasket installed.
Inspect condition and seal of:
Glass Gasket
Door Gasket
Perform paper test - replace gasket if required
Paper Test
Test the seal on the loading door with a paper bill.
Place a paper bill in the gasketed area of the door on a cold stove–close
the door.
Try to remove the paper by pulling.
The paper should not pull out easily, if it does, try adjusting the door latch,
if that doesn't solve the problem replace the door gasket.
Check and lubricate door hinge + latch
Use only high temperature anti seize lube. (ie. never seize)
Check glass for cracks
Replace if required.
Clean blower motor
Disconnect power supply.
Remove and clean blower.
*DO NOT LUBRICATE*
Inspect and clean chimney
Annual professional chimney cleaning recommended.
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parts list
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Part #
Description
850-151 Door Assembly - Large Black (I3100)
850-153 Door Assembly - Large Nickel Accent (I3100)
3) 846-304 Glass - Replacement - (I3100)
4) 936-243 7/8" Adhesive Tape Gasket
5) 846-920 Glass Retainer Clips/Screws (set of 8)
6) *
Screw 1/4-20 x 3/8"
7) 948-172/P Glass Retainer - Large (I3100)
9) 846-973 Door Handle Assembly
16) 846-570 Med. Density Door Gasket Kit
17) 948-079BNHinge Caps Nickel (each)
19) 948-135 Spring Handle - Large Nickel
20) 948-136 Spring Handle - Small Nickel
23) 820-235 Flue Brackets (Pkg)
163-915 I3100L Fan/Blower Assembly
24) 910-157/P Blower/Fan Motor
25) 910-678 Power Cord (120 Volts)
27) 910-142 Fan Thermodisc
28) 910-140 Fan Speed Switch
HI/OFF/LOW (3-way)
29) 910-138 Switch - Auto/Manual (2-way)
30) *
Grommet Strain Relief
35) 063-954
36) 063-953
Air Tube - 1" I3100 (Qty:1)
Air Tube - 3/4" I3100 (Qty: 3) (each)
37) 063-955
Baffle (2/set) I3100
42)
43)
44)
45)
46)
47)
Convection Grill-Nickel (I3100)
Convection Grill-Black (I3100)
Hex Nut 10-24 Zinc coated
Washer #10 Flat
Bolt, 10-24 x 3/4" Black Carriage
Stainless smoke Deflector
I3100 Wood Screen
163-931
163-930
*
*
*
820-484 846-103
948-223 Regency Logo
919-548Manual
*Not available as a replacement part.
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I3100 FACEPLATES
Part #
Description
Faceplate: I3100L
163-910 Faceplate & Trim Set - Regular
163-570 Black Trim Regular (Set of 3)
385)*
Trim Right Regular
386)*
Trim Top Regular
387)*
Trim Left Regular
388)*
Faceplate Side Regular
389)*
Faceplate Top Regular
163-912
163-572
395)*
396)*
397)*
398)*
399)*
Faceplate & Trim Set - Oversize
Black Trim Oversize (Set of 3)
Trim Right Oversize
Trim Top Oversize
Trim Left Oversize
Faceplate Side Oversize
Faceplate Top Oversize
*Not available as a replacement part.
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| H2100 MAIN ASSEMBLY
1)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
9)
16)
17)
19)
20)
Part #
850-151
850-153
Description
Door Assembly - Large Black
Door Assembly - Large Nickel Accent
846-304 Glass - Replacement
936-243 7/8" Adhesive Tape Gasket
846-920 Glass Retainer Clips/Screws (set of 8)
*
Screw 1/4-20 x 3/8"
948-172/P Glass Retainer - Large
846-973 Door Handle Assembly
846-570 Med. Density Door Gasket Kit
948-079NBHinge Caps (2/set) Nickel
948-135 Spring Handle - Large Nickel
948-136 Spring Handle - Small Nickel
24)
25)
27)
28)
29)
30)
120-915
910-157/P
910-678
910-142
910-140
910-138
*
H2100M Fan/Blower Assembly
Blower/Fan Motor (120 Volts)
Power Cord (120 Volts)
Fan Thermodisc
Fan Speed Switch HI/OFF/LOW (3-way)
Switch - Auto/Manual (2-way)
Grommet Strain Relief
35)
36)
37)
38)
120-954
120-953
836-212
846-540
Air Tube Front
Air Tube Rear
Baffle Insulation
Insulation Weights
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Part #
Description
39) 120-950 Steel Baffle
948-223 Regency Logo
Faceplate: H2100M
120-910 Faceplate & Trim Set - Regular
120-570 Black Trim Regular (set of 3)
485)*
Trim Right Regular
286)*
Trim Top Regular
487)*
Trim Left Regular
488) *
Faceplate Side Regular
489)*
Faceplate Top Regular
120-912
120-572
585)*
286)*
587)*
588) *
589)*
Faceplate & Trim Set - Oversize
Black Trim Oversize (set of 3)
Trim Right Oversize
Trim Top Oversize
Trim Left Oversize
Faceplate Side Oversize
Faceplate Top Oversize
Trim Clips
Yellow Insulation 48" x 4"
Faceplate Hardware Pkg.
846-532
836-300
846-531
*Not available as a replacement part.
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I3100 & H2100 FIREBRICK
Part #
Description
120-960
163-960
H2100 Brick Set Complete
I3100 Brick Set Complete
70)
71)
72)
75)
76)
78)
81)
84)
85)
902-111
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Brick Regular Full Size: 1-1/4" x 4-1/2" x 9"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 4" x 9"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 1-3/4" x 9"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 4" x 8-3/4"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 2" x 9"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 2-1/4" x 2-1/4"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" x 9"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 4-1/2" x 8"
Brick Partial: 1-1/4" x 4-1/4" x 8"
* Not available as a replacement part
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd. (for Canadian customers) and Fireplace Products U.S., Inc. (for U.S.
customers) (collectively referred to herein as “FPI”) extends this Limited Lifetime Warranty to the original
purchaser of this appliance provided the product remains in the original place of installation. The items covered by
this limited warranty and the period of such coverage is set forth in the table below.
Some conditions apply (see below).
The policy is not transferable, amendable or negotiable under any circumstances.
Wood Products
Labor
Coverage
Component Coverage
5
2
1
Warranty
years years year
Components Covered
Lifetime
Welded Firebox Steel

5

3
All Stainless Steel Components, Smoke Deflectors,
Heat Shields etc.
Air Tubes
(Years)

3
Airmate

3
Door handle and latch assembly, all hardware

3
Glass Thermal Breakage Only

3
Steel Faceplates, Accessory Housings

3
All Plating

3
Ash Drawer, Heatshields, Pedestal

All Baffles, Steel, Ceramic, Vermiculite

All castings, firebox, surrounds, doors, panels etc.
All Electrical, Blower, wiring, switches etc.
Glass - Crazing
3

2

1

Catalyst Assembly
6 Years
Prorated
3
Venting/Chimney

1
Screens

1
Conditions:
Warranty protects against defect in manufacture or FPI factory assembled components only, unless herein
specified otherwise.
Any part(s) found to be defective during the warranty period as outlined above will be repaired or replaced at FPI’s
option through an accredited distributor, dealer or pre-approved and assigned agent provided that the defective
part is returned to the distributor, dealer or agent for inspection if requested by FPI. Alternatively, FPI may at its
own discretion fully discharge all of its obligations under the warranty by refunding the verified purchase price of
the product to the original purchaser. The purchase price must be confirmed by the original Bill of Sale.
The authorized selling dealer, or an alternative authorized FPI dealer if pre-approved by FPI, is responsible for all
in-field diagnosis and service work related to all warranty claims. FPI is not responsible for results or costs of
workmanship of unauthorized FPI dealers or agents in the negligence of their service work.
At all times FPI reserves the right to inspect reported complaints on location in the field claimed to be defective
prior to processing or authorizing of any claim. Failure to allow this upon request will void the warranty.
Revision Date: December 2016
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All warranty claims must be submitted by the dealer servicing the claim, including a copy of the Bill of Sale (proof
of purchase by you). All claims must be complete and provide full details as requested by FPI to receive
consideration for evaluation. Incomplete claims may be rejected.
Replacement units are limited to one per warranty term. Airtube and baffle replacements are limited to one
replacement per term.
Unit must be installed according to all manufacturers’ instructions as per the manual.
All Local and National required codes must be met.
The installer is responsible to ensure the unit is operating as designed at the time of installation.
The original purchaser is responsible for annual maintenance of the unit, as outlined in the owner’s manual. As
outlined below, the warranty may be voided due to problems caused by lack of maintenance.
Repair/replacement parts purchased by the consumer from FPI after the original coverage has expired on the unit
will carry a 90 day warranty, valid with a receipt only. Any item shown to be defective will be repaired or replaced
at our discretion. No labor coverage is included with these parts
Exclusions:
This Limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to paint, rust or corrosion of any kind due to a lack of maintenance
or improper venting, combustion air provision, corrosive chemicals (i.e. chlorine, salt, air, etc.), firebrick (rear, sides
or bottom), door or glass gasketing, or any other additional factory fitted gasketing.
Malfunction, damage or performance based issues as a result of environmental conditions, location, chemical
damages, downdrafts, installation error, installation by an unqualified installer, incorrect chimney components
(including but not limited to cap size or type), operator error, abuse, misuse, use of improper fuels (such as
unseasoned cordwood, mill-ends, construction lumber or debris, off-cuts, treated or painted lumber, metal or foil,
plastics, garbage, solvents, cardboard, coal or coal products, oil based products, waxed cartons, compressed premanufactured logs), lack of regular maintenance and upkeep, acts of God, weather related problems from
hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, floods, lightning strikes/bolts or acts of terrorism or war, which result in
malfunction of the appliance are not covered under the terms of this Limited Lifetime Warranty.
FPI has no obligation to enhance or modify any unit once manufactured (i.e. as products evolve, field modifications
or upgrades will not be performed on existing appliances).
This warranty does not cover dealer travel costs for diagnostic or service work. All labor rates paid to authorized
dealers are subsidized, pre-determined rates. Dealers may charge homeowner for travel and additional time
beyond their subsidy.
Any unit showing signs of neglect or misuse will not be covered under the terms of this warranty policy and may
void this warranty. This includes units with rusted or corroded fireboxes which have not been reported as rusted or
corroded within three (3) months of installation/purchase.
Units which show evidence of being operated while damaged, or with problems known to the purchaser and
causing further damages will void this warranty.
Units where the serial no. has been altered, deleted, removed or made illegible will void this warranty.
Minor movement, expansion and contraction of the steel is normal and is not covered under the terms of this
warranty.
Freight damages for products or parts are not covered under the terms of the warranty.
Products made or provided by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the FPI appliance without prior
authorization from FPI may void this warranty.
Revision Date: December 2016
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Limitations of Liability:
The original purchaser’s exclusive remedy under this warranty, and FPI’s sole obligation under this warranty,
express or implied, in contract or in tort, shall be limited to replacement, repair, or refund, as outlined above. IN
NO EVENT WILL FPI BE LIABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL COMMERCIAL
DAMAGES OR DAMAGES TO PROPERTY. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, FPI MAKES NO EXPRESS
WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS
LIMITED TO DURATION OF THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE. IF IMPLIED WARRANTIES CANNOT BE
DISCLAIMED, THEN SUCH WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
Some U.S. states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or allow exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Customers located outside the U.S. should consult their local, provincial or national legal codes for additional
terms which may be applicable to this warranty.
How to Obtain Warranty Service:
Customers should contact the authorized selling dealer to obtain warranty service. In the event the authorized
selling dealer is unable to provide warranty service, please contact FPI by mail at the address listed below. Please
include a brief description of the problem and your address, email and telephone contact information. A
representative will contact you to make arrangements for an inspection and/or warranty service.
Canadian Warrantor:
U.S. Warrantor:
FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd.
6988 Venture St.
Delta, British Columbia
Canada, V4G 1H4
Fireplace Products U.S., Inc.
PO Box 2189 PMB 125
Blaine, WA
United States, 98231
Or contact the Regency Customer Care Centre at 1-800-442-7432 (phone) / 604-946-4349 (fax)
Product Registration and Customer Support:
Thank you for choosing a Regency Fireplace. Regency strives to be a world leader in the design, manufacture, and
marketing of hearth products. To provide the best support for your product, we request that you complete a
product registration form at http://www.regency-fire.com/Customer-Care/Warranty-Registration.aspx within
ninety (90) days of purchase.
Revision Date: December 2016
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Product Registration and Customer Support:
Thank you for choosing a Regency Fireplace. Regency strives to be a world leader in the design, manufacture, and
marketing of hearth products. To provide the best support for your product, we request that you complete a product
registration form found on our Web Site under Customer Care within ninety (90) days of purchase.
For purchases made in CANADA or the UNITED STATES:
http://www.regency-fire.com/Customer-Care/Warranty-Registration.aspx
For purchases made in AUSTRALIA:
http://www.regency-fire.com.au/Customer-Care/Warranty-Registration.aspx
You may also complete the warranty registration form below to register your Regency Fireplace Product and mail and/or
fax it back to us, and we will register the warranty for you. It is important you provide us with all the information below in
order for us to serve you better.
Warranty Registration Form (or Register online immediately at the above Web Site):
Warranty Details
Serial Number (required):
Purchase Date (required) (mm/dd/yyyy):
Product Details
Product Model (required):
Dealer Details
Dealer Name (required):
Dealer Address:
Dealer Phone #:
Installer:
Date Installed (mm/dd/yyyy):
Your Contact Details (required)
Name:
Address:
Phone:
Email:
For purchases made in CANADA:
For purchases made in the UNITED STATES:
For purchases made in AUSTRALIA:
FPI Fireplace Products
International Ltd.
6988 Venture St.
Delta, British Columbia
Canada, V4G 1H4
Fireplace Products U.S., Inc.
PO Box 2189 PMB 125
Blaine, WA
United States, 98231
Fireplace Products Australia Pty
Ltd
1- 3 Conquest Way
Hallam, VIC
Australia, 3803
Phone: 604-946-5155
Fax: 604-946-4349
Phone: 604-946-5155
Fax: 604-946-4349
Phone: +61 3 9799 7277
Fax: +61 3 9799 7822
For fireplace care and tips and answers to most common questions please visit our Customer Care section on our Web Site.
Please feel free to contact your selling dealer if you have any questions about your Regency product.
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Installer: Please complete the following information
Dealer Name & Address:_______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
Installer:____________________________________________________________
Phone #:____________________________________________________________
Date Installed:_______________________________________________________
Serial No.:___________________________________________________________ Regency and Classic are trademarks of FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd.
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