Freestanding Woodstove
Owners &
Installation Manual
www.hampton-fire.com
French Manual: http://bit.ly/1jJpAoo
MODEL:
Tested by:
918-214e
H300
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
01/06/15
Thank-you for purchasing a
HAMPTON FIREPLACE 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 HAMPTON DEALER
in your area.
Keep those HAMPTON FIRES burning.
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 authority having jurisdiction should be consulted before installation to determine the need to obtain a permit.
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY LABEL
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Copy of Safety Label for H300.......................................4
Operating Instructions..................................................23
Fan Operation..............................................................23
First Fire.......................................................................23
Safety Guidelines and Warnings..................................24
Draft Control.................................................................24
Ash Disposal................................................................25
Creosote.......................................................................26
Glass Maintenance.......................................................26
INSTALLATION
Unit Dimensions with Standard Legs.............................5
Unit Dimensions with Optional Short Legs.....................6
Pre-installation Assembly...............................................7
Residential Installation...................................................8
Modular Installation Options...........................................8
Minimum Clearance To Combustible Materials..............9
Minimum Alcove Clearance To
Combustible Materials..................................................10
Additional Clearances For Backwall Exit......................10
Floor Protection............................................................ 11
How To Determine If Alternate
Floor Protection Materials Are Acceptable...................12
Step-by-Step Chimney and Connector Installation......12
Factory Built Chimney..................................................12
Masonry Chimney........................................................13
Masonry Fireplace........................................................13
Combustible Wall Chimney Connector
Pass-throughs..............................................................14
Recommended Heights For Woodstove Flue...............15
Mobile Home Installation..............................................16
Listed Components For Mobile Home Installation........17
Brick Installation...........................................................18
Door Removal..............................................................18
Glass Installation..........................................................18
Optional Short Leg Installation.....................................19
Optional Blower / Fan Installation.................................21
Side Shelf Installation...................................................22
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance.................................................................26
Wood Storage...............................................................26
Front Door Gasket........................................................27
Side Door Gasket.........................................................27
Handle Replacement....................................................27
Latch Adjustment Method.............................................27
Side Door Adjustment...................................................27
Top Baffle Replacement...............................................28
Annual Maintenance.....................................................29
PARTS LIST
H300 Main Assembly....................................................30
H300 Door Assembly....................................................32
H300 Firebrick..............................................................33
WARRANTY
Warranty.......................................................................35
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SAFETY LABEL
This is a copy of the label that accompanies
each Hampton H300 Freestanding Woodstove.
We have printed a copy of the contents here
for your review.
NOTE: Hampton 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.
COPY OF SAFETY LABEL FOR H300
254
LISTED SPACE HEATER, SOLID FUEL TYPE, ALSO
SUITABLE FOR MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
APPAREIL DE CHAUFFAGE AMBIANT HOMOLOGUÉ
À COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE, CONVENANT AUSSI
POUR INSTALLATION DANS UNE MAISON MOBILE
DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL
NE RETIREZ PAS CETTE ÉTIQUETTE
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* In Canada, floor protection must extend 18"
(457mm) to the front and 8" (200mm) to each
side and back of the stove.
FLOOR
PROTECTION*/ PROTECTION DE PLANCHER*
IF SIDE LOAD DOOR IS USED:
Floor protection must extend 18" (457mm) from the side of the
unit to the wall.
Floor protection must be a minimum of 3/8" thick with a minimum k factor of 0.84.
Minimum clearance with side load door in use is 18" (457mm) to
side wall or refer to dimension (A) if side load door is not used.
K 457 mm / 18 in
L 150 mm / 6 in
M 150 mm / 6 in
* Au Canada, la protection de plancher doit dépasser de
18 po (457 mm) à l’avant et de 8 po (200 mm) de chaque
côté du poêle et derrière le poêle.
SI LE CÔTÉ CHARGE PORTE EST UTILISÉ:
Protection du sol doit s'étendre de 18 "(457 mm) à partir du côté
de l'unité au mur.
Protection du sol doit être d'un minimum de 3/8 "d'épaisseur
avec un facteur k minimum de 0,84.
Dégagement minimum avec porte de chargement latérale utilisation est de 18 "(457 mm) à la paroi latérale ou reportez-vous à la
cote (A) si la porte de chargement latérale n'est pas utilisé.
MINIMUM ALCOVE CEILING HEIGHT: 1.5 M / 5 FT
MAXIMUM ALCOVE DEPTH 1220 MM / 48 IN.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES FOR HORIZONTAL CONNECTOR TO CEILING: 457 MM / 18"
THE SPACE BENEATH THE HEATER MUST NOT BE OBSTRUCTED. OPERATE ONLY WITH FIREBRICKS IN PLACE.
FOR USE WITH SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY. USE OF OTHER FUELS MAY DAMAGE HEATER AND CREATE A HAZARDOUS CONDITION. DO NOT OBSTRUCT
COMBUSTION AIR OPENINGS. OPERATE ONLY WITH FIREBRICKS IN PLACE. OPERATE ONLY WITH DOOR CLOSED - OPEN FEED DOOR TO FEED FIRE
ONLY. DO NOT USE GRATE OR ELEVATE FIRE. BUILD WOOD FIRE DIRECTLY ON HEARTH. DO NOT OVERFIRE - IF HEATER OR CHIMNEY CONNECTOR
GLOWS YOU ARE OVERFIRING. INSPECT AND CLEAN CHIMNEY AND CONNECTOR FREQUENTLY. UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS OF USE CREOSOTE
BUILDUP MAY OCCUR RAPIDLY. KEEP FURNISHINGS AND OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL AWAY FROM HEATER. REPLACE GLASS ONLY WITH
NEOCERAM GLASS. COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR MUST BE PROTECTED BY NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL EXTENDING BENEATH THE HEATER AND TO
THE FRONT AND SIDES AS INDICATED OR TO THE NEAREST PERMITTED COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL.
OPTIONAL COMPONENT: FAN (846-515), ELECTRICAL RATING: VOLTS 115, 60 HZ, 2 AMPS, SHORT LEGS (200-931, 200-935)
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING UNIT. DO NOT ROUTE POWER CORD UNDER OR IN FRONT OF
APPLIANCE.
COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION: OUTSIDE AIR KIT AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DOUBLE WALL CONNECTOR
IN CANADA: LISTED SECURITY MODEL DP, OR OLIVER MACLEOD PRO-VENT PV DOUBLE WALLED CONNECTOR WITH LISTED CHIMNEY SYSTEM:
SECURITY MODEL S2100, ICC EXCEL 2100.
IN USA: LISTED DOUBLE WALL CONNECTORS SECURITY MODEL DP, SELKIRK MODEL DS, OLIVER MACLEOD PRO VENT PV, SIMPSON DURA VENT
MODEL DVL, GSW SUPER PIPE 6, METAL-FAB DOUBLE WALL. CONNECTED TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COMPATIBLE CHIMNEY SYSTEMS SECURITY
MODEL S2100 OR MODEL ASHT, SELKIRK MODEL SSII, OLIVER MACLEOD PRO JET 3103, SIMPSON DURA PLUS, GSW MODEL SC OR METAL-FAB
TEMP/GUARD, AMERI-TECHS, ICC EXCEL 2100 . USE CHIMNEY COMPONENTS AS SPECIFIED IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
HAUTEUR MINIMALE DU PLAFOND DE L’ALCÔVE : 1,5 M / 5 PI. PROFONDEUR MAXIMALE DE L’ALCÔVE : 1220 MM / 48 PO.
DÉGAGEMENT MINIMAL DU PLAFOND POUR UN CONNECTEUR HORIZONTAL : 457 MM / 18 PO.
L’ESPACE AU-DESSOUS DU POÊLE NE DOIT PAS ÊTRE OBSTRUÉ. UTILISER SEULEMENT AVEC LES BRIQUES RÉFRACTAIRES EN PLACE.
POUR UTILISATION AVEC BOIS SOLIDE SEULEMENT. L’UTILISATION D’AUTRES COMBUSTIBLES PEUT ENDOMMAGER LE POÊLE ET CRÉER UNE CONDITION DANGEREUSE. NE PAS OBSTRUER LES OUVERTURES D’AIR DE COMBUSTION. UTILISER SEULEMENT AVEC LA PORTE FERMÉE – OUVRIR LA PORTE DE CHARGEMENT
POUR ALIMENTER LE FEU SEULEMENT. NE PAS UTILISER DE GRILLE À BÛCHES NI SURÉLEVER LE FEU. MONTER LE FEU DE BOIS DIRECTEMENT SUR L’ÂTRE. NE PAS
SURCHAUFFER – SI LE POÊLE OU LE CONNECTEUR DE CHEMINÉE SE MET À ROUGIR, VOUS SURCHAUFFEZ. INSPECTEZ ET NETTOYEZ FRÉQUEMMENT LA CHEMINÉE
ET LE CONNECTEUR. EN CERTAINES CONDITIONS D’UTILISATION, UN DÉPÔT DE CRÉOSOTE PEUT SE FORMER RAPIDEMENT. GARDEZ LES MEUBLES ET AUTRES
MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES ÉLOIGNÉS DU POÊLE. REMPLACEZ LA VITRE SEULEMENT PAR DU VERRE EN NEOCERAM. LE PLANCHER COMBUSTIBLE DOIT ÊTRE
PROTÉGÉ PAR DES MATÉRIAUX NON COMBUSTIBLES DÉPASSANT DU DESSOUS, DU DEVANT ET DES CÔTÉS DU POÊLE, TEL QU’INDIQUÉ, OU JUSQU’AU MATÉRIAU
COMBUSTIBLE LE PLUS PRÈS PERMIS.
COMPOSANTS EN OPTION : VENTILATEUR (846-515), ALIMENTATION ÉLECTRIQUE : 115 VOLTS, 60 HZ, 2 AMP.
DANGER : RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION. DÉCONNECTER L’ALIMENTATION ÉLECTRIQUE AVANT DE FAIRE L’ENTRETIEN DU POÊLE. NE PAS INSTALLER LE CORDON
ÉLECTRIQUE SOUS OU DEVANT L’APPAREIL.
COMPOSANTS EXIGÉS POUR INSTALLATION DANS UNE MAISON MOBILE : KIT DE PRISE D’AIR EXTÉRIEUR ET L’UN DES CONNECTEURS DE CHEMINÉE À DOUBLE
PAROI SUIVANTS :
AU CANADA : CONNECTEURS DE CHEMINÉE HOMOLOGUÉS À DOUBLE PAROI : SECURITY MODÈLE DP, OU OLIVER MACLEOD PRO-VENT PV, AVEC SYSTÈME DE
CHEMINÉE HOMOLOGUÉ : SECURITY MODÈLE S2100, ICC EXCEL 2100.
AUX ÉTATS-UNIS : CONNECTEURS DE CHEMINÉE HOMOLOGUÉS À DOUBLE PAROI : SECURITY MODÈLE DP, SELKIRK MODEL DS, OLIVER MACLEOD PRO VENT PV,
SIMPSON DURA VENT MODÈLE DVL, GSW SUPER PIPE 6, METAL-FAB À DOUBLE PAROI. CONNECTÉ À L’UN DES SYSTÈMES DE CHEMINÉE COMPATIBLES SUIVANTS :
SECURITY MODÈLE S2100 OU MODÈLE ASHT, SELKIRK MODÈLE SSII, OLIVER MACLEOD PRO JET 3103, SIMPSON DURA PLUS, GSW MODÈLE SC OU METAL-FAB TEMP/
GUARD, AMERI-TECHS, ICC EXCEL 2100. UTILISER LES COMPOSANTS DE CHEMINÉE SPÉCIFIÉS DANS LES INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION.
NOV
OCT
SEPT
AUG
JUL
JUN
I 711 mm / 28 in
J 330 mm / 13 in
MAY
G 381 mm / 15 in
H 330 mm / 13 in
APR
INSTALLATION USING LISTED DOUBLE WALL
CONNECTOR - ALCOVE
SIDEWALL
BACKWALL
MAR
INSTALLATION UTILISANT UN CONNECTEUR HOMOLOGUÉ
À DOUBLE PAROI - RÉSIDENTIELLE (DÉGAGEMENT
RÉDUIT)
MUR LATÉRAL A 381mm/15po D 711mm/28po
MUR ARRIÈRE B 254mm/10po E 254mm/10po
COIN
C 228mm/9po F 381mm/15po
INSTALLATION UTILISANT UN CONNECTEUR
HOMOLOGUÉ À DOUBLE PAROI - ALCÔVE
MUR LATÉRAL G 381mm/15po I 711mm/28po
MUR ARRIÈRE H 330mm/13po J 330mm/13po
FEB
INSTALLATION USING LISTED DOUBLE WALL
CONNECTOR - RESIDENTIAL CLOSE CLEARANCE
SIDEWALL
A 381 mm / 15 in D 711 mm / 28 in
BACKWALL B 254 mm / 10 in E 254 mm / 10 in
CORNER
C 228 mm / 9 in
F 381 mm / 15 in
JAN
INSTALLATION UTILISANT UN CONNECTEUR
HOMOLOGUÉ À DOUBLE PAROI - MAISON MOBILE
MUR LATÉRAL A 381mm/15po D 711mm/28po
MUR ARRIÈRE B 254mm/10po E 254mm/10po
COIN
C 228mm/9po F 381mm/15po
2016
INSTALLATION USING LISTED DOUBLE WALL
CONNECTOR - MOBILE HOME
A 381 mm / 15 in D 711 mm / 28 in
B 254 mm / 10 in E 254 mm / 10 in
C 228 mm / 9 in
F 381 mm / 15 in
SIDEWALL
BACKWALL
CORNER
2015
DÉGAGEMENTS MINIMUMS AUX
MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES
MESURER
DU CENTRE DU
A PARTIR
DU POÊLE
CONDUIT DE FUMÉE
INSTALLATION RÉSIDENTIELLE UTILISANT
UN CONNECTEUR À SIMPLE PAROI
MUR LATÉRAL A 431mm/17po D 762mm/30po
MUR ARRIÈRE B 381mm/15po E 381mm/15po
COIN
C 330mm/13po F 483mm/19po
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
MEASURE
FLUE
FROM
HEATER
CENTER-LINE
RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATION USING
SINGLE WALL CONNECTOR
SIDEWALL
A 431 mm / 17 in D 762 mm / 30 in
BACKWALL B 381 mm / 15 in E 381 mm / 15 in
CORNER
C 330 mm / 13 in F 483 mm / 19 in
2014
INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
CONTACT LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION IN YOUR
AREA. USE 150 MM (6 IN.) DIAMETER MINIMUM 24 MSG BLACK OR 26 MSG BLUED STEEL CONNECTOR WITH LISTED
UL103 HT FACTORY-BUILT CHIMNEY SUITABLE FOR USE WITH SOLID FUELS OR MASONRY CHIMNEY.
SEE LOCAL BUILDING CODE AND MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED FOR PASSING
A CHIMNEY THROUGH A COMBUSTIBLE WALL OR CEILING. DO NOT PASS CHIMNEY CONNECTOR THROUGH
COMBUSTIBLE WALL OR CEILING. DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER APPLIANCE.
INSTALLER ET UTILISER SEULEMENT SELON LES INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION ET D’UTILISATION DU FABRICANT.
CONTACTER LES RESPONSABLES DU BÂTIMENT OU DU SERVICE-INCENDIE DE VOTRE RÉGION POUR CONNAÎTRE
LES RESTRICTIONS ET EXIGENCES D’INSPECTION DANS VOTRE RÉGION. UTILISER UN CONNECTEUR D’UN DIAMÈTRE
MINIMAL DE 150 MM (6 PO) 24 MSG EN ACIER NOIR OU 26 MSG EN ACIER BRONZÉ AVEC CHEMINÉE PRÉFABRIQUÉE
HOMOLOGUÉE UL103 HT CONÇUE POUR UTILISATION AVEC COMBUSTIBLES SOLIDES OU UNE CHEMINÉE DE
MAÇONNERIE.
VOIR LE CODE DU BÂTIMENT LOCAL ET LES INSTRUCTIONS DU FABRICANT CONCERNANT LES PRÉCAUTIONS EXIGÉES
POUR INSTALLER UNE CHEMINÉE TRAVERSANT UN MUR OU PLAFOND EN MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES. NE FAITES
PAS TRAVERSER LE CONNECTEUR DE CHEMINÉE DANS UN MUR OU PLAFOND EN MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES. NE
RACCORDEZ PAS CE POÊLE À BOIS À UN CONDUIT DE CHEMINÉE DESSERVANT UN AUTRE APPAREIL.
DEC
MODEL: HAMPTON CAST FREESTANDING WOOD STOVE - H300
MODÈLE : POÊLE À BOIS AUTOPORTANT EN FONTE HAMPTON - H300
TESTED TO: UL-1482, ULC-S627-00
REPORT NO:219-S-04-2
MANUFACTURED BY:
FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD.
6988 VENTURE ST.
DELTA, BC V4G 1H4
MADE IN CANADA
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
CERTIFIED TO COMPLY WITH JULY 1990
PARTICULATE EMISSION STANDARDS.
CAUTION
HOT WHILE IN OPERATION DO NOT TOUCH. KEEP CHILDREN,
CLOTHING AND FURNITURE AWAY. CONTACT MAY CAUSE
SKIN BURNS. READ NAMEPLATE AND INSTRUCTIONS.
ATTENTION
CHAUD DURANT LE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE TOUCHEZ PAS.
ÉLOIGNEZ LES ENFANTS, LES VÊTEMENTS ET LES MEUBLES.
LE CONTACT PEUT CAUSER DES BRÛLURES DE LA PEAU.
LISEZ LA PLAQUE SIGNALÉTIQUE ET LES INSTRUCTIONS
918-216c
Part #: 918-216c
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Size:
Color:
12.53" H x 5-3/4" W (File at 100%)
Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
Black on grey except what is indicated is printed red on grey.
DIMENSIONS
UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH STANDARD LEGS
Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
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DIMENSIONS
UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH OPTIONAL SHORT LEGS
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
INSTALLATION
PRE-INSTALLATION
ASSEMBLY
After removing the stove from its packing, open
the front door and remove the contents from the
firebox, leaving the bricks in place.
Rotating Elbow
Side Load
Door Handle
This stove can be connected to either a top or
rear vent exit by simply reversing the orientation
of the elbow.
1) To install side door handle, remove side
door plug assembly.
Simply remove the 2 screws, change the position of the elbow as desired and secure in place
with screws.
Side Door Plug Assembly
Door Latch Bar
Draft Control
Lever Handle
1) Insert bolt and lock washer through draft
control lever hole.
2) Place handle through bolt. Tighten to secure.
Hex Nuts
Rear Heat Shield
1) Loosen the bolts that secure the elbow to
the unit. Ensure elbow does not fall off.
Handle
Washer
Bolt
2) Bend the tabs on the rear heat shield inwards
90 degrees.
Side Door
Plug
Flat Washers
2)
Assemble handle by:
a) Placing lock washer over hex head bolt.
b) Place hex head bolt into handle.
c) Place spacer over hex head bolt
threads.
d) Screw handle into side door latch.
Latch
Spacer
Handle
Draft Control Lever
Bend tabs inwards 90 degrees.
3) Slide the tabs on the rear heat shield in
between the bolt and washer.
Please Note: The shield needs to be stretched/
flexed in order to fit in place.
Lock
Washer
Hex Head
Bolt
3) Place side door handle latch through side
door hole.
4) Re-assemble side door plug assembly to
secure.
Latch
Side Door
Plug Assembly
Slide tabs in between
washer and bolt.
Rear Heat Shield
4) Once rear heat shield is evenly in place,
tighten bolts to secure.
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INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL
INSTALLATION
1) Please read this entire manual before you
install and use your new woodstove. Failure
to follow instructions may result in property
damage, bodily injury or even death. Be
aware that local Codes and Regulations
may override some items in this manual.
Check with your local inspector.
2) Select a position for your Hampton Stove.
Consult the minimum clearance chart for
your model and set the stove in place. For
close clearance installation use listed double
wall connector systems.
3) To insure vertical alignment, suspend a
plumb bob from the ceiling over the exact
center of your stove flue and mark a spot
on the ceiling to indicate the center of the
chimney.
4) Check that the area above the ceiling is
clear for cutting. Re-confirm the clearance
from the stove to combustibles to insure that
they are within the prescribed limits.
5) This woodstove must be connected to a
UL 103 HT (ULC S629) listed chimney or
a code approved masonry chimney with a
flue liner.
6) Install chimney according to chimney manufacturers instructions. The performance of
your woodstove is governed to a very large
part by the chimney system. Too short a
chimney can cause difficult start-up, dirty
glass, backsmoking when door is open, and
even reduced heat output. Too tall a chimney
may prompt excessive draft which can result
in very short burn times and excessive heat
output. The use of an inexpensive flue pipe
damper may be helpful in reducing excessive
draft.
CAUTION: The chimney should be the same
size as the 6" (152mm) flue outlet on the
stove. The chimney must be listed as suitable for use with solid fuels. For other types
of chimneys check with your local building
code officials. Do not confuse a chimney
with a type “B” Venting System used for gas
appliances as suitable for a wood burning
appliance (refer to the Mobile Home installations section).
7) Mark the location of the legs on the floor,
then move the stove aside and mark the
position of the floor protector.
8) The floor protector must be of non-combustible material and must extend 18" (457mm)
in front of the door opening and 6" (152mm)
to the sides and rear of the unit. Some areas
may require a larger size floor protector.
Refer to the Mobile Home Installation section for outside air installation instructions
and see your local inspector.
NOTE: In Canada, floor protection must extend 18" (450mm) to the front and 8" (200mm)
to each side and back of the stove.
10)In seismically active areas, we recommend
that your unit is secured to the floor by using
the bolt down holes inside the legs (the same
ones used in Mobile Home installations).
11)For residential installations using 6"
(152mm) "C" Vent (single wall) the chimney
connector must be at least 24 gauge steel.
Do not use galvanized pipe (refer to the
Mobile Home installation section).
12)Do not connect this unit to a chimney
serving another appliance.
13)A chimney connector cannot pass through
an attic or roof space, closet or similar
concealed space, or a floor, ceiling, wall
or partition of combustible construction.
In Canada, if passage through a wall, or
partition of combustible construction is
desired, the installation shall conform to
CAN/CSA-B365, Installation Code for SolidFuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment.
14)Your Hampton Woodstove is not to be connected to any 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.
9) When the floor protection is complete, position the stove with the flue collar centered
under the installed chimney.
MODULAR INSTALLATION OPTIONS
OPTIONS: These can be installed at time of installation or added later:
Modular Option
Things to consider when choosing options
Blower/Fan
Adding the blower will increase the area heated by the stove, it can move warm air beyond the room where the stove
is installed (refer to the Optional Blower / Fan Installation section).
Side Load Door
Outside Air
Adaptor
Helps combustion in small or poorly ventilated houses. Installation instructions come with adaptor.
Side Shelves
Add to the traditional look of the stove and double as a warming area for your cookstove creations.
Short legs
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The side load door allows for putting in larger logs into the fire easier ( refer to Side Load Door section).
Helps in reducing the overall height of the unit to accomodate a variety of installations. Using this option prohibits the
use of the ash drawer.
Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
INSTALLATION
MINIMUM CLEARANCE AND CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
Please read the section below carefully. Measurements "From Unit" are from the top plate of the stove to a side wall or to a corner, and from the
rear heat shield to a back wall.
Clearances may only be reduced by means approved by the regulatory authority.
* Minimum clearance with
side load door in use is 18"
(457mm) to side wall or refer
to dimension (A) if side load
door is not used.
NOTE: Be aware that local Codes and Regulations may override some clearances listed in this manual.
Check with your local inspector.
Residential Installation “C” Vent (Single Wall)
Unit (with Heat Shield)
From Unit
From
H300
A
From Flue Center-Line
Corner
B
C
D
E
17" (431 mm) 15" (381 mm) 13" (330 mm) 30" (762 mm)
F
15" (381 mm)
19" (483 mm)
Residential Close Clearance (To be installed with required pipe components)
When the stove is installed as a close clearance residential unit, a listed double wall connector is required from the stove collar to the ceiling
level.
Unit (with Heat Shield)
From Unit
From
H300
A
From Flue Center-Line
Corner
B
15" (381 mm) 10" (254 mm)
C
D
9" (228 mm)
E
28" (711 mm)
F
10" (254 mm)
15" (381 mm)
Mobile Home Close Clearance (To be installed with required pipe components)
"C" Vent single wall pipe is not approved for Mobile Home installations. (Refer to Mobile Home section).
Unit (with Heat Shield)
From Unit
From
A
B
H300
15" (381 mm)
10" (254 mm)
Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
From Flue Center-Line
Corner
C
9" (228 mm)
D
E
28" (711 mm) 10" (254 mm)
F
15" (381 mm)
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INSTALLATION
MINIMUM ALCOVE CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
This Hampton Freestanding model has been alcove approved and must be installed
with a listed double wall connector to the ceiling level.
Note: Minimum alcove ceiling height (from finished floor) - 60" (1525 mm)
Maximum depth of alcove - 48" (1220 mm)
Unit (with Heat Shield)
From
From Flue
Min.
Min.Hearth
Unit
Center-line
Width
to Rear Wall
G
H
H300
15" (381 mm) 13" (330 mm)
I
28" (711 mm)
J
K
13" (330 mm)
57" (1448 mm)
without side load door
L
51-1/4"
(1301 mm)
60" (1524 mm)
with side load door
ADDITIONAL CLEARANCES
FOR BACKWALL EXIT
Minimum Clearance to Combustibles
From
Unit (with Heat Shield)
Unit
A
H300
B
9" (228 mm) Min. Mantel Height (from finished floor):
Max. Mantel Depth:
48"
12"
15" (381 mm)
1219 mm
305 mm
Minimum Clearance to Non-Combustibles
From
Unit (with Heat Shield)
Unit
A
H300
B
min. 0" (0 mm) 15" (381mm)
max. 9" (228 mm)
Note: Floor Protection must extend 2" (50mm)
to each side of the elbow.
Note: If side load door is used, floor protection
must extend at least 18" (457mm) from
the side of the unit.
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
INSTALLATION
FLOOR PROTECTION
A combustible floor must be protected by non-combustible material (like tile, concrete board, or certified to UL-1618 or as defined by local codes)
extending beneath the heater and a minimum of 6" from each side and minimum 18" from the front face of the stove and minimum 6" (or the rear
clearance to combustibles whichever is smaller) from the rear of the stove.
When installed with horizontal venting, non-combustible floor protection must beneath the flue pipe and extend 2" (51mm) beyond each side.
A minimum of a 3/8" thick thermal floor protector with a 0.84k factor is required when installing the standard or optional short legs. This applies to
both Canada and the US. All other requirements (ie. hearth size) remain the same.
IF SIDE LOAD DOOR IS USED:
Floor protection must extend 18" (457mm)
from the side of the unit to the wall.
NOTE: In Canada, floor protection must
extend 18" (450mm) to the front
and 8" (200mm) to each side and
back of the stove.
Minimum Overall Depth (Y) of Floor Protector
Unit
Residential
"C" Vent
Y
Residential
Close Clearance
Z
Y
Z
Mobile Home
Close Clearance
Y
Alcove
Z
Y
Z
H300 (US)
44-1/2" 6" (152 mm)
(1130 mm) 44-1/2"
6" (152 mm) (1130 mm)
44-1/2"
(1130 mm)
6" (152 mm)
44-1/2" 6" (152 mm)
(1130 mm)
H300 (Canada) 46-1/2" 8" (203 mm)
(1181 mm) 46-1/2"
8" (203 mm) (1181 mm)
46-1/2"
(1181 mm)
8" (203 mm)
46-1/2" 8" (203 mm)
(1181 mm)
Minimum Overall Width (X) of Floor Protector for all installations:
H300
39" (990 mm) - US
43" (1092mm) - Canada
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INSTALLATION
HOW TO DETERMINE IF
ALTERNATE
FLOOR PROTECTION
MATERIALS ARE
ACCEPTABLE
The specified floor protector should be 3/8"
(9.53mm) thick material with a K - factor of 0.84.
The proposed alternative is 4" (100mm) brick
with a C-factor of 1.25 over 1/8" (3mm) mineral
board with a K-factor of 0.29.
1) With your location already established, cut
and frame the roof hole. It is recommended
that no ceiling support member be cut for
chimney and support box installation. If it is
necessary to cut them, the members must
be made structurally sound.
The diagrams below illustrate one way to install your unit into a standard ceiling or with a
horizontal connector. Check with your dealer
or installer for information on other options
available to you.
2) Install radiant shield and support from
above.
3) Stack the insulated pipe onto your finish
support to a minimum height of 3 feet above
the roof penetration, or 2 feet above any
point within 10 feet measured horizontally.
There must be at least 3 feet of chimney
above the roof level.
Step (a):
Use formula above to convert specification
to R-value.
R = 1/k x T = 1/0.84 x .375 = 0.446.
Step (b):
Calculate R of proposed system.
4" brick of C = 1.25, therefore
Rbrick = 1/C = 1/1.25 = 0.80
1/8" mineral board of k = 0.29, therefore
Rmin.bd. = 1/0.29 x 0.125 = 0.431
Total R = Rbrick + Rmineral board =
0.8 + 0.431 = 1.231.
Step (c):
Compare proposed system R of 1.231 to
specified R of 0.893. Since proposed system
R is greater than required, the system is
acceptable.
DEFINITIONS
Thermal Conductance:
C
=
Btu (hr)(ft2 )(oF)
W
(m2))(K)
=
W
(m)(K)
=
Btu
(hr)(ft)(oF)
Thermal Resistance:
R = (ft )(hr)( F)
Btu
2
o
=
(m )(K)
2
W
STEP-BY-STEP
CHIMNEY AND
CONNECTOR
INSTALLATION
Note: These are a generic set of chimney
installation instructions. Always follow the manufacturers own instructions explicitly. Check the Minimum
Recommended Flue Heights (Table
1).
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Standard Ceiling Installation
4) Slide the roof flashing over your chimney
and seal the flashing to the roof with roofing
compound. Secure the flashing to your roof
with nails or screws.
5) Place the storm collar over the flashing,
sealing the joints with a silicone caulking.
Thermal Conductivity:
k = (Btu)(inch)
(HR)(FT2)(oF)
=
Note: Increasing the chimney height above
this minimum level will sometimes
help your unit to “breathe” better
by allowing a greater draft to be created. This greater draft can decrease
problems such as, difficult start-ups,
back-smoking when door is open,
and dirty glass. It might be sufficient
to initially try with the minimum required height, and then if problems
do arise add additional height at a
later date.
6) Fasten the raincap with spark screens (if
required) to the top of your chimney.
7) For optimum efficiency when installing into
a masonry chimney, size accordingly, i.e.
the 6" (152mm) flue dia. is 28.28 sq.in.
Horizontal Installation
8) To complete your chimney installation, install
the double wall connector pipe from the
stove’s flue collar to the chimney support
device.
FACTORY
BUILT CHIMNEY
9) If you are using a horizontal connector,
the chimney connector should be as high
as possible while still maintaining the 18"
(457mm) minimum distance from the horizontal connector to the ceiling.
10) NOTE: Residential Close Clearance and
Alcove installations require a listed double wall connector from the stove collar
to the ceiling level.
When a metal prefabricated chimney is used, the
manufacturer's installation instructions must be
followed. You must also purchase and install the
ceiling support package or wall pass-through and
"T" section package, firestops (where needed),
insulation shield, roof flashing, chimney cap,
etc. Maintain proper clearance to the structure
as recommended by the manufacturer. The
chimney must be the required height above the
roof or other obstructions for safety and proper
draft operation.
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INSTALLATION
MASONRY
CHIMNEY
Ensure that a masonry chimney meets the minimum
standards of the National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) by having it inspected by a professional.
Make sure there are no cracks, loose mortar or
other signs of deterioration and blockage. Have
the chimney cleaned before the stove is installed
and operated. When connecting the stove through
a combustible wall to a masonry chimney, special
methods are needed (refer to the Combustible Wall
Chimney Connector Pass-Throughs section).
MASONRY
FIREPLACE
There are listed kits available to connect a stove
to a masonry fireplace. The kit is an adapter that
is installed at the location of the fireplace damper.
The existing damper may have to be removed to
allow installation.
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INSTALLATION
COMBUSTIBLE WALL CHIMNEY
CONNECTOR PASS-THROUGHS
Method A: 12" (304.8 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall
Member:
Minimum chimney clearance to brick
and combustibles 2 in. (50.8mm)
Chimney Flue
Using a minimum thickness 3.5" (89 mm) brick and a 5/8" (15.9 mm)
minimum wall thickness clay liner, construct a wall pass-through.
The clay liner must conform to ASTM C315 (Standard Specification
for Clay Fire Linings) or its equivalent. Keep a minimum of 12" (304.8
mm) of brick masonry between the clay liner and wall combustibles.
The clay liner shall run from the brick masonry outer surface to the
inner surface of the chimney flue liner but not past the inner surface.
Firmly grout or cement the clay liner in place to the chimney flue liner.
Minimum
12 in. (304.8mm)
to combustibles
Masonry chimney
Minimum clearance
12 in. (304.8mm)
of brick
Chimney
connector
Fire clay
liner
Method B: 9" (228.6 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member:
Using a 6" (152.4 mm) inside diameter, listed, factory-built Solid-Pak
chimney section with insulation of 1" (25.4 mm) or more, build a wall
pass-through with a minimum 9" (228.6 mm) air space between the
outer wall of the chimney length and wall combustibles. Use sheet
metal supports fastened securely to wall surfaces on all sides, to
maintain the 9" (228.6 mm) air space. When fastening supports to
chimney length, do not penetrate the chimney liner (the inside wall
of the Solid-Pak chimney). The inner end of the Solid-Pak chimney
section shall be flush with the inside of the masonry chimney flue, and
sealed with a non-water soluble refractory cement. Use this cement
to also seal to the brick masonry penetration.
Method C: 6" (152.4 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member:
Starting with a minimum 24 gage (.024" [.61 mm]) 6" (152.4 mm) metal
chimney connector, and a minimum 24 gage ventilated wall thimble
which has two air channels of 1" (25.4 mm) each, construct a wall
pass-through. There shall be a minimum 6" (152.4) mm separation area
containing fiberglass insulation, from the outer surface of the wall thimble
to wall combustibles. Support the wall thimble, and cover its opening
with a 24-gage minimum sheet metal support. Maintain the 6" (152.4
mm) space. There should also be a support sized to fit and hold the
metal chimney connector. See that the supports are fastened securely
to wall surfaces on all sides. Make sure fasteners used to secure the
metal chimney connector do not penetrate chimney flue liner.
Method D: 2" (50.8 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member:
Start with a solid-pak listed factory built chimney section at least
12" (304 mm) long, with insulation of 1" (25.4 mm) or more, and an
inside diameter of 8" (2 inches [51 mm] larger than the 6" [152.4
mm] chimney connector). Use this as a pass-through for a minimum
24-gage single wall steel chimney connector. Keep solid-pak section
concentric with and spaced 1" (25.4 mm) off the chimney connector
by way of sheet metal support plates at both ends of chimney section.
Cover opening with and support chimney section on both sides with
24 gage minimum sheet metal supports. See that the supports are
fastened securely to wall surfaces on all sides. Make sure fasteners
used to secure chimney flue liner.
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INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDED HEIGHTS FOR
WOODSTOVE FLUE
Simple rules on draft. See Table 1.
1) At sea level minimum height is 12'
straight.
2) Add the following vertical height to compensate for:
45 deg. elbow = 1 ft.
90 deg. elbow = 2 ft.
"T" = 3 ft.
Each foot of horizontal run = 2 ft.
Example: a)
1-1/2 ft. of horizontal run one "T"
Total Addition (at sea level)
= 3 ft.
= 3 ft.
= 6 ft.
Example: b)
One 90 deg. elbow
2 ft. of horizontal run one "T"
Total Addition (at sea level)
= 2 ft.
= 4 ft.
= 3 ft.
= 9 ft.
Recommended Flue Height
Elevation Example a)
Example b)
0' 18'
21'
1000'
18.72'
21.84'
2000'
19.44'
22.68'
5000'
21.60'
25.20'
8000'
23.76'
27.72'
3) Add 4% overall for each 1000' above sea
level.
TABLE 1
MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FLUE HEIGHTS IN FEET
(Measured from the top of the unit)
# OF ELBOWS
ELEVATION (FT)
ABOVE SEA LEVEL
0-1000
1000-2000
2000-3000
3000-4000
4000-5000
5000-6000
6000-7000
7000-8000
8000-9000
9000-10000
0
2 x 15o 4 x 15o 2 x 30o
4 x 30o 2 x 45o 4 x 45o
12.0
13.0
14.0
15.0
18.0
16.0
20.0
12.513.5 14.515.519.016.5 21.0
13.014.0 15.016.019.517.0 21.5
13.514.5 15.517.020.018.0 22.5
14.015.0 16.017.521.018.5 23.0
14.515.5 17.018.021.519.0 24.0
15.016.0 17.518.522.520.0 25.0
15.516.5 18.019.023.020.5 25.5
16.017.0 18.520.024.021.0 26.5
16.517.5 19.020.524.522.0 27.0
NOTE: No more than two offsets (four elbows) allowed. Two 45o elbows equal one 90o elbow.
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INSTALLATION
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
In addition to standard installation instructions
the following requirements are mandatory for
installation in a mobile home.
Once you have properly marked the position
of your unit and the floor protection as outlined
in the Residential Installation items #1 through
#8, a supply of fresh air has to be supplied to
your unit.
1) The stove must be permanently bolted to
the floor of the Mobile Home using the floor
screws provided.
Place your unit in position and secure it to the
floor using four lag bolts 1/4" through the four
holes inside the legs. It is important to maintain
the structural integrity of the Mobile Home floor,
walls and roof when installing your unit.
2) The stove must have a permanent outside
air source for combustion.
3) The stove must be electrically grounded to
the steel chassis of the Mobile Home.
For Mobile Home units installed in the U.S. the
unit must be grounded using a #8 ground wire
with approved termination and star washer.
4) A listed double-wall connector chimney
system, roof thimble, spark arrestor and
roof flashing kit suitable for use in Mobile
Homes must be used.
CAUTION: At no time use unlabelled
parts, or substitute parts made for another
chimney system.
5) If the chimney exits the Mobile Home at a
location other than through the roof, and exits
at a point 7ft. (2130mm) or less above the
ground level on which the Mobile Home is
positioned a guard or method of enclosing
the chimney shall be fitted at the point of
exit for a height up to 7ft. (2130mm).
Install as per chimney manufacturer's
installation instructions.
IMPORTANT
DO NOT CONNECT TO OR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION
DUCTWORK UNLESS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED FOR SUCH INSTALLATIONS.
If desired, the air for combustion may be drawn
directly from the outside of the house, as detailed
below. It is not obligatory to do this, but it may
help combustion in small or poorly ventilated
house.
Connect a 4" (100 mm) diameter stainless steel,
or other non-combustible corrosion resistant
material, to the O.S.A hook-up box. In order to do
this the O.S.A hook-up box must be connected to
the base using 1/2" (12 mm) hex head bolts.
Run the pipe (up to 54" (1372 mm) long) to the
outside avoiding sharp bends and joints within
cavity walls. Turn the end down and fit corrosion
resistant mesh to prevent the entry of leaves
and rodents. Seal the penetration of the outside
wall with silicon.
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WARNING: Do not obstruct free air supply
to the air inlet duct located at the back of
the stove.
NOTE: Listed factory built chimney connectors including elbows are acceptable
for use in Mobile Home Installations.
6) The chimney shall be attached directly to
the room heater and shall extend at least
3 ft. (914mm) above the part of the roof
through which it passes. The top of the
chimney should project at least 2ft. (610mm)
above the highest elevation of any part of
the Mobile Home within 10 ft. (3048mm) of
the chimney.
7) The chimney system shall comply with Local
Requirements.
8) Any openings in a chimney guard where
required must not permit the entrance of
3/4" (19mm) diameter rod.
9) CAUTION: THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE MOBILE HOME ROOF,
FLOOR, WALLS AND CEILING MUST BE
MAINTAINED.
10) Check any other local building code as other
local codes may apply.
11) WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL IN A SLEEPING ROOM OF A MOBILE HOME.
12) Use silicone to create an effective vapour
barrier at the location where the chimney or
other component penetrates to the exterior
of the structure.
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INSTALLATION
LISTED COMPONENTS
FOR MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
The Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding unit is approved for installation in a Mobile Home if one of the following pipe systems is used.
U.S. Installation*
METALBESTOS SSII
Qty. Part #
Description
1 6DS-VK
Connector Kit
16TMH
Shield/Support
16TAF-6 Flashing
1 6T-36
Chimney Length
1 6T-18
Chimney Length
1 6T-CT
Rain Cap
PRO-JET 3103
Qty.Part #
1PV06-TK
1CSB
1 RRS
1LFR03
1 SL3
1 SL1
1 RCSA
Description
Connector
Shield/Support
Radiation Shield
Flashing
Chimney Length
Chimney Length
Rain Cap
SECURITY ASHT
Qty.Part #
Description
1 DL42A-6 Connector Kit
16SS
Shield/Support
16FAMH Flashing
1 6L3
Chimney Length
1 6L1
Chimney Length
1 CPE
Rain Cap
AMERI-TECHS
Qty.Part #
Description
16DCC
Connector
1 6HSRS-12 Roof Support (6PLRS-12BK)
16F
Flashing
1 6HS-36
Chimney Length
1 6HS-18
Chimney Length
1 6HS-RCS Rain Cap (6PL-MPC)
SIMPSON DURA-PLUS
Qty.Part #
Description
1 6DVL8693 Connector Kit
1 6DP-MH9096 Mobile Home Kit
ICC EXCEL 2100
Qty.Part #
Description
1 6CL48 48" Chimney length (also in 12", 18", 24" lengths.
1 6RC Rain Cap
1 6RCS
Spark Screen (for rain cap)
1 6RDS/SQS Round/Square support box
16VF
Flashing
1 6UBA
"Ultrablack" Close Clearance
Connector
Canadian Installations*
SECURITY S2100 (see above for details)
ICC EXCEL 2100 (see above for details)
*The use of alternate pitch flashings, support
box extensions, additional chimney lengths,
and additional chimney bracing, may be used
on each of the previously listed systems. These
parts though must be from the same system
as listed, and must be a similar and/or complimentary part.
CAUTION: At no time use unlabelled
parts, or substitute parts made for
another chimney system.
Install as per chimney manufacturer's
installation instructions.
SECURITY S2100
Qty.Part #
Description
1 DL42A-6 Connector Kit
16XSF
Support
16XFA
Flashing
1 6XL3
Chimney Length
1 6XL18
Chimney Length
1 6XCPE
Rain Cap
METAL-FAB TEMP/GUARD 2100
Qty.Part #
Description
16DWBK Connector
1 6TGRS
Roof Support
1 6TGG36
Chimney Length
1 6TGG12
Chimney Length
16TGF
Flashing
1 6TGC
Rain Cap
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INSTALLATION
BRICK INSTALLATION
DOOR REMOVAL
Firebrick is included to extend the life of your
stove and to radiate heat more evenly. Check
to see that all firebricks are in their correct
positions and have not become misaligned
during shipping.
1) Push spring lever down while holding onto
the door.
GLASS INSTALLATION
1) Remove door from unit.
2) Pull door down and lift out to remove. Bottom
of door lifts right out.
2) To replace the glass remove the 12 screws
highlighted in the diagram below.
3) Lift off the glass retainer and carefully remove
glass.
4) Place new glass in the door, make sure
that the glass gasketing will properly seal
your unit.
Spring Lever
5) Position the glass retainer back on. Ensure that it rests on the gasket and not the
glass.
6) Secure glass retainer using the 12 screws.
Do not wrench down on the glass as this
may cause the glass to break.
7) Place door back on unit.
Remove 12 screws.
Bottom part of door
fits into slot.
Glass Retainer
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H300
INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL SHORT LEG INSTALLATION
1) Remove the cast lid from the top of the stove.
8) Flip the cover plate so that the ash plug hole is covered. Secure the
cover plate in place using the 6 bolts and washers removed in step 7.
2) Remove fan, if installed.
3) Open the front door and remove the cast plug and all loose bricks
from the firebox.
Cover Plate
4) Close the front door.
5) Remove the Ash Pan by sliding out and discard.
Cover Plate shown in it's original position when
Ash Drawer is removed.
Ash Pan
6) Carefully lay the stove on it's back on a soft surface to prevent
scratching.
7) Remove the Ash Drawer by undoing the 6 bolts and washers. Discard
Ash Drawer.
Ash Drawer
Cover Plate shown flipped and secured in place
covering the Ash Plug Hole.
9) Remove the 4 standard legs by undoing the bolt and washer on
each leg.
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10) Secure the 4 short legs to the unit using the bolts and washers
removed from step 9.
11) Carefully bring stove to standing position.
12) Open the front door and place the cast plug into the ash plug hole
and re-install the bricks.
13) Place the cast lid back on top of the stove.
14) Re-install fan, if removed.
IMPORTANT
Flue center-line dimensions change when using the short leg option.
Also note that the Outside Air Kit (Part # 47000) cannot be used with the short leg option.
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INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL BLOWER / FAN INSTALLATION
An optional blower is available for the Hampton
H300. The blower is factory assembled, wired
and ready for attachment to the stove.
This unit must be connected to a grounded,
standard 120 volts, 60 Hz electrical outlet.
Never route the power cord under or in front
of the unit.
1) Lift off top.
2) Place left and right side air channels on
firebox top as shown below.
Do not under any circumstances, cut or remove
the grounding prong from the power cord. Do
not use an adaptor plug.
Screws
NOTE: For more detailed information see
instructions included with the Optional
Blower.
CAUTION: Moving parts may cause injury.
Do not operate unit with blower housing
removed.
5) Remove fan cover plate from back shield
by undoing 3 screws.
Left Side
Air Channel
Right Side
Air Channel
6) Loosen the 2 bolts you see after removing
the fan cover plate. One on each side of
unit.
3) Secure each air channel with one screw.
DANGER: Risk of electric shock. Disconnect power before servicing unit.
Right Side
Bolt
Right Side
Air Channel
Shown
7) Hook fan over bolts.
Secure
with screw.
4) Remove back shield by undoing 2 screws.
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.
8) Tighten bolts to secure fan.
9) Reinstall back shield.
10)Using the 3 screws from the fan cover
plate, secure the fan assembly to the back
shield.
11)Plug-in power cord.
Neutral
Green
12)Place top back on.
Manual/
Auto
Switch
Black
Black
NOTE INPUT POWER: Australia, New Zealand,
China and Japan use 240V AC 50 Hz.
Fan
High (Black)
Black
Fan
Switch
Low (Red)
Fan Thermodisc
(normally open)
Ground
White
120V AC
60 Hz
Live
Fan
CAUTION: Label all wires
prior to disconnection
when servicing controls.
Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous
operation.
Ground
Blower/Fan Wiring Diagram
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INSTALLATION
SIDE SHELF
INSTALLATION
1) Secure the two support gussets using 2 screws per gusset and attach
bracket to the underside of the shelf using 2 screws as shown.
3) Secure to side shelf to stove. Repeat installation for other side.
Support
Gussets
Bracket
4) Carefully re-install stove top on stove ensuring not to chip enamel.
2) Remove stove top and place side shelf onto the side of the stove as
shown, aligning the bracket with notch at the side of the stove.
5) Use the two screws holding the bracket to the underside of the shelf
to make final alignment and adjustments.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
With your unit now correctly installed and safety
inspected by your local authority, you are now
ready to start a fire. Before establishing your
first fire, it is important that you fully understand
the operation of your draft control (refer to Draft
Control section).
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 45 minutes, when your wood
has begun to burn strongly, adjust your draft
control down to keep the fire at a moderate
level.
FAN OPERATION
Automatic
To operate the optional fan automatically, push
the bottom switch on the side of the fan housing
to "AUTO" and the top switch to either "HIGH"
or "LOW" for fan speed.
This will allow the fan to turn on as the stove
has come up to operating temperature. It will
also shut the fan system off after the fire has
gone out and the unit cooled to below a useful
heat output range.
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
on the firebrick hearth, you may adjust the
draft control to a low setting to operate the
unit at its most efficient mode.
6) During the first few fires, keep the combustion rate at a moderate level and avoid a
large fire. Only after 5 or 6 such fires can
you operate the stove at its maximum
setting, and only after the metal has been
warmed.
Switching from "AUTO" to "MAN" or "HIGH" to
"LOW" may be done anytime.
7) For the first few days, the stove 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 stove at a very high
temperature the first few times may damage
the paint. Burn fires at a moderate level the
first few days.
FIRST FIRE
8) Do not place anything on the stove top
during the curing process. This may result
in damage to your paint finish.
Manual
To manually operate the fan system push the bottom switch to "MAN" and the top switch to either
"HIGH" or "LOW". This will bypass the sensing
device and allow full control of the fan.
When your installation is completed and inspected you are ready for your first fire.
1) Open control fully.
2) Open firebox door and build a small fire using paper and dry kindling on the firebrick
hearth. Secure door on the firebox and 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 overheat if door is left
open for too long.
9) During the first few days it may be more
difficult to start the fire. As you dry out your
firebrick and your masonry flue, your draft
will increase.
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 the purpose. If you also have
a fireplace in your home, a downdraft may
be created by your Hampton Stove causing
a draft down your chimney. If this occurs,
slightly open a window near your unit.
CAUTION: If the body of your unit,
flue baffle or any part of the chimney
connector 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 stove 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.
16)The controls of your unit or the air supply
passages should not be altered to increase
firing for any reason.
17)If you burn the unit too slowly or at too low
a setting your unit will not be operating as
efficiently as it can. An easy rule of thumb
says that if your glass is clean, then your flue
is clean and your exhaust is clean. Burn the
stove hot enough to keep your glass clean
and you won't need to clean your flue as
often.
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
of increasing your draft.
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.
How to Light & Maintain a Wood Stove Fire
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY GUIDELINES
AND WARNINGS
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.
2) Keep the door closed during operation and
maintain all seals in good condition.
3) Do not burn any quantities of paper, garbage, and never burn flammable fluids such
as gasoline, naptha or engine oil in your
stove.
4) If you have smoke detectors, prevent smoke
spillage as this may set off a false alarm.
5) Do not overfire heater. If the chimney connector, flue baffle or the stove top 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 build-up
in the chimney system. Check and clean
chimney at regular intervals. Failure to do
so can result in a serious chimney fire.
13)Your woodstove should burn dry, standard
firewood only. The use of cut lumber, plywood, “mill ends”, etc. is not allowed as this
fuel can easily overheat your woodstove.
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. Salt
drift wood and chemically treated fire logs
also must not be burned in your woodstoves.
DRAFT CONTROL
Both the primary and air wash drafts are controlled by the control handle located on the right side
of the unit (when facing the unit). To increase your
draft - push lever to the back, and to decrease pull lever to the front. All units have a secondary
draft system that continually allows combustion
air to the induction ports at the bottom of the
firebox, just below the rear cover.
14)Do not store any fuel closer than 2 feet
from your unit. Do not place wood, paper,
furniture, drapes or other combustibles near
the appliance.
15) WARNING: Do not operate without
the Ash Plug properly seated.
16)Do not operate with broken glass.
Front - Closed
Back - Open
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!!
7) Your Hampton stove can be very hot. You
may be seriously burned if you touch the
stove while it is operating, keep children,
clothing and furniture away. Warn children
of the burn hazard.
8) The stove consumes air while operating,
provide adequate ventilation with an air
duct or open a window while the stove is in
use.
9) Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue
serving another appliance.
10)Do not use grates or andirons or other
methods for supporting fuel. Burn directly
on the bricks.
11)Open the draft control fully for 10 to 15
seconds prior to slowly opening the door
when refuelling the fire.
12)Do not connect your unit to any air distribution duct.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
ASH DISPOSAL
Ash Drawer Operating Guideline
During constant use, ashes should be removed
every few days. The Ash Drawer features a
convenient ash drawer for easy removal of
ashes.
1) Only clean ashes out of the stove when the
unit has cooled down. Remove the plug by
lifting on the handle using the tool provided.
The plug may still be warm, use caution.
Push the ashes down the hole into the ash
drawer, the large pieces can be left in the
firebox and burned during the next fire or
removed through the door opening.
Safety Precautions
1) 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.
2) Please take care to prevent the build-up of
ash around the start-up air housing located
inside the stove box, near the pilot.
Ash Plug Tool
Slide cover plate over
Ash Drawer.
3) Never start a fire if the ash plug and ash
drawer are not in place. This will cause
overfiring which can cause excessive warping of the stove. Evidence of overfiring can
void the warranty on your stove.
4) The firebricks are brittle and can be damaged
if the plug is replaced carelessly or pieces
that are too large are forced through the
hole.
Ash Plug
Ash Plug Tool
2) Always leave 1/2 to 1 inch of ash in the
bottom of the firebox. This helps in easier
starting and a more uniform burn of your
fire.
4) When emptying the ash drawer, make sure
the ashes have cooled down completely.
Ashes should be placed in a metal container
with a tight fitting lid. The closed container
of ashes should be placed on a non-combustible 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.
5) Before putting the ash drawer back in, ensure
that the ash plug is back in place.
3) To remove the drawer, slide it out. When
the drawer is completely out, slide the cover
plate over the ash drawer and carry away.
Pull out Ash Drawer
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
CREOSOTE
WOOD STORAGE
It is very important to carefully maintain your
stove, 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 stove require no lubrication.
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and
other organic vapours, which when combined
with moisture, form creosote. The creosote vapours 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 result in an extremely
hot fire.
Store wood under cover, such as in a shed, or
covered with a tarp, plastic, tar paper, sheets
of scrap plywood, etc., as uncovered wood can
absorb water from rain or snow, delaying the
seasoning process.
GLASS MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Things to remember in case
of a chimney fire:
Your Hampton stove is supplied with 5 mm
Neoceram ceramic glass (Part# 940-333/P) 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 Hampton dealer only (refer to Glass
Installation section).
1. Close all draft and damper controls.
It will be necessary to clean carbon and fly ash
off of the glass at times. If carbon and fly ash
remain on the glass for an extended period of
time, the glass could eventually become etched
and cloudy.
1) Burn stove with the draft control wide open
for about 10-15 minutes every morning during burning season.
1) Allow the stove to cool down completely
before cleaning the glass, do not clean the
glass when it is hot.
2) Use cleaners specifically designed for this
glass cleaning. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
3) Ensure the glass is dry before burning your
stove.
2. CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Ways to Prevent and Keep Unit
Free of Creosote
2) Burn stove with draft control wide open for
about 10-15 minutes every time you apply
fresh wood. This allows the wood to achieve
the charcoal stage faster and burns up any
unburned gas vapours 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) The chimney and chimney connector should
be inspected at least once every two months
during the heating season to determine if a
creosote buildup has occurred.
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 a
significant layer of creosote has accumulated (3mm/1/8" or more) it should be
removed to reduce the risk of a chimney
fire.
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
MAINTENANCE
FRONT DOOR GASKET
LATCH ADJUSTMENT
METHOD
If the front door gasket requires replacement
5/8" diameter material must be used. Hampton
uses a 5/8" diameter gasket (Part# 936-232). The door bracketry may require adjustment as
A proper high temperature gasket adhesive is the door gasket material compresses after a few
fires. Removal of the spacer washer will allow
required. See your Hampton Dealer.
the latch to be moved closer to the door frame,
causing a tighter seal.
Relocate the washer removed from the back
of the bracket to the front. This will allow the
same screw to be used.
If position of bracketry needs to
be changed after adjustment:
The bracketry should start from the highest point,
as seen below. If needed, bring the bracketry
down 1/16" each time, until finding the best
locking position. The door latch will catch best
in this way.
(Listen for a double click sound when the door
is locked).
Bracketry at highest
position
Use the 3/16" allen key enclosed in the packaged
manual to make this adjustment.
Front of Bracket
SIDE DOOR GASKET
If the side door gasket requires replacement
1/2" diameter material must be used. Hampton
uses a 1/2" diameter gasket (Part# 936-236).
A proper high temperature gasket adhesive is
required. See your Hampton Dealer.
Remove spacer washers
behind screws.
Allen Key
HANDLE
REPLACEMENT
Front of
Bracket
SIDE DOOR
ADJUSTMENT
To tighten the side door handle remove, the
washer at the end and place next to the front
washer.
1) Remove handle (front or side) by unscrewing
it from the latch
2) Fit new door handle (front or side) over latch
and screw it in to place.
Assembly shown below. Refer to the Side
Load Door Handle section for step by step
installation.
Place beside front
washer.
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Remove
end washer.
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MAINTENANCE
TOP BAFFLE REPLACEMENT
1) Lift the Top Hob off the top of the stove.
3) Remove the left and right baffle caps by removing the 2 bolts (7/16)
socket 1/4-20 x 1/2" hex head on each side and lift out.
Top Hob
4) Remove the three (7/16) socket 1/4-20 x 1/2" stainless steel hex bolts
inside the firebox holding the top baffle assembly and remove.
2) Remove the five (7/16) socket 1/4 x 1" hex bolts from the Firebox
Top Assembly and lift off.
Top Baffle Removed
5) Replace the Top Baffle
6) Reverse steps 4 to 1.
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
MAINTENANCE
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
PARTS LIST
H300 MAIN ASSEMBLY
Part #
Description
1)
220-160
Grill Cast - Top
2)
220-371
220-374
220-375
Stove Top - Charcoal Grey
Stove Top - Ivory
Stove Top - Timberline Brown
3)
4)
5)
220-522
220-514
220-028
Firebox Assembly - Top
Baffle Assembly
Back Shield
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
220-431
220-140
220-130
220-240
220-230
45 Degree Elbow - Charcoal Grey
Main Cast - Back
Inner Cast - Back
Cast Baffle Retention - Left
Cast Baffle Retention - Right
11) 220-381
220-384 220-385
Left Side Cast - Charcoal Grey
Left Side Cast - Ivory
Left Side Cast - Timberline Brown
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
Brick Vermiculite - Left Side
Gasket Tape
Side Shield Door
Brick Vermiculite - Right Door
Graphite Rope
220-032
936-299
220-029
220-041
936-236
17) 220-351
220-354
220-355
Right Side Cast - Charcoal Grey
Right Side Cast - Ivory
Right Side Cast - Timberline Brown
18) 220-361
220-364
220-365
Right Side Door - Charcoal Grey
Right Side Door - Ivory
Right Side Door - Timberline Brown
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
24)
Side Door Hinge
Door Latch Bar - Right
Side Door Latch
Oak Handle
Firebox Inner Cast - Front
Andiron Hampton
948-151
220-053
220-047N
948-153
220-120
200-160
25) 220-321
220-324
220-325
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Front Vents - Charcoal Grey
Front Vents - Ivory
Front Vents - Timberline Brown
Part #
Description
26) 220-110
27) 220-090
28) 220-331
220-334
220-335
Firebox Cast - Front
Latch Bar
29) 220-341
220-344
220-345
Stove Base - Charcoal Grey
Stove Base - Ivory
Stove Base - Timberline Brown
30) 220-401
220-404
220-405
Side Ashlip - Charcoal Grey
Side Ashlip - Ivory
Side Ashlip - Timberline Brown
31) 220-084
32) 220-074
Draft Control Lever
Cam Housing Primary
33) 220-019
34) 220-082
35) 220-081
Primary Air Cable
Primary Air - Slide Plate
Primary Air - Slide Guide
36) 936-238
37) 220-085
8mm Soft Fibre Gasket - Black
Base Sub Cast
38) 220-391
220-394
220-395
Ashlip - Charcoal Grey
Ashlip - Ivory
Ashlip - Timberline Brown
39) 220-421
220-424
220-425
Standard Leg - Charcoal Grey
Standard Leg - Ivory
Standard Leg - Timberline Brown
200-931
200-935
40) 220-078
41) 220-516
Front Skirt - Charcoal Grey
Front Skirt - Ivory
Front Skirt - Timberline Brown
Short Leg - Charcoal Grey
Short Leg - Timberline Brown
Ash Drawer Holder
Ash Pan Drawer Assembly
42) 220-917
Optional Blower/Fan (120V)
220-538
43) 220-064
44) 220-065
Rear Heat Shield Assembly
Rear Heat Shield - Bottom
Rear Heat Shield - Top
45)
46)
47)
48)
Ash Plug
Ash Plug Tool Handle
Ash Drawer Holder Cover Plate
Primary Air Handle
942-110
820-249
220-086
948-157
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PARTS LIST
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PARTS LIST
PARTS LIST
H300 DOOR ASSEMBLY
Part #
Description
70) 846-530
5/8" Door Gasket Kit
71) 220-034F
72) 220-035F
Retention Glass Top
Retention Glass
73) 936-243
74) 940-333/P
7/8" Window Adhesive Tape
Neoceram Flush Glass c/w Gasket
75) 220-441
220-444
220-445
Door & Grill - Charcoal Grey
Door & Grill - Ivory
Door & Grill - Timberline Brown
76) 948-158
77) 948-153
78) 220-089N
Slotted Spring Tension Pin
Oak Handle
Latch Door - Nickel Plated
79) 948-155
80) 948-156
Hinge Pin - Bottom
Hinge Pin - Top
220-546 220-532
Front Door Handle/Latch Assembly complete (not shown)
Side Door Handle/Latch Assembly complete (not shown
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71
72
73
72
72
72
74
75
76
77
78
80
79
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PARTS LIST
H300 FIREBRICK
Part #
Description
220-960
Firebrick Set
90) 802-157
Brick Partial - 4.5" x 8.5"
91) 802-148
Brick Partial - 4.5" x 4.5" 92) 802-158
Brick Partial - 2" x 8.5"
93) 802-159
Brick Partial - 4.5" x 8.5" (cut angle)
94) 802-160
Brick Partial - 2.25" x 7"
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Hampton H300 Cast Freestanding Woodstove
WARRANTY
Hampton Fireplace Products are designed with reliability and simplicity in mind. In addition, our internal Quality Assurance Team carefully inspects
each unit thoroughly before it leaves our facility. FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd. is pleased to extend this limited lifetime warranty to
the original purchaser of a Hampton Product. This warranty is not transferable.
The Warranty: Limited Lifetime
H200 / H300: Firebox castings on all Hampton Wood burning Appliances are covered against manufacturer defects for a period of three (3) years parts and
subsidized labour* and a further two (2) years, parts only. Stainless steel baffles are covered against manufacturer defects for a period of three (3) years
parts and subsidized labour* and parts only thereafter.
HI300: Steel fireboxes to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, also covered are vermiculite baffles and air tubes (against warpage) against
manufacturer's defects for a period of 3 years parts and subsidized labor and parts only thereafter.
External casting, not directly in contact with the fire, such as hobs, sides, side shelves, ash lips, legs, fronts, fire doors and surrounds are covered against
cracks and warps resulting from manufacturer defects, parts and subsidized labour* for three (3) years from the date of purchase and parts only thereafter.
Glass is covered for lifetime against thermal breakage only, parts and subsidized labour* for three (3) years and parts only thereafter from date of purchase.
Blowers and electrical are covered against manufacturer defect for two years parts and one year subsidized labour* from date of purchase. Replacement
blowers are considered repairs and continue as if new with appliance. ie. twelve (12) months from original purchase date of appliance with a minimum of
three (3) months coverage from date of replacement.
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.
Conditions:
Porcelain/Enamel - Absolute perfection is neither guaranteed nor commercially possible. Any chips must be reported and inspected by an authorized dealer
within three days of installation. Reported damage after this time will be subject to rejection.
Any part or parts of this unit which in our judgement show evidence of such defects will be repaired or replaced at FPI's option, through an accredited distributor or agent provided that the defective part be returned to the distributor or agent Transportation Prepaid, if requested.
It is the general practice of FPI to charge for larger, higher priced replacement parts and issue credit once the replaced component has been returned to FPI
and evaluated for manufacturer defect.
The authorized selling dealer is responsible for all in-field service work carried out on your Hampton product. FPI will not be liable for results or costs of
workmanship from unauthorized service persons or dealers.
At all times FPI reserves the right to inspect product in the field which is claimed to be defective.
Exclusions:
This limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to or include paint (charcoal units), porcelain (including pinholes, scratches and minor shade mismatch),
door or glass gasketing or trim.
At no time will FPI be liable for any consequential damages which exceed the purchase price of the unit. FPI has no obligation to enhance or modify any unit
once manufactured. ie. as products evolve, field modifications or upgrades will not be performed.
FPI will not be liable for travel costs for service work.
Installation and environmental problems are not the responsibility of the manufacturer and therefore are not covered under the terms of this warranty
policy.
Refractory liners (firebrick), gaskets, door handles, paint are not covered under the terms of this warranty policy.
Any unit which shows signs of neglect or misuse is not covered under the terms of this warranty policy.
The warranty will not extend to any part which has been tampered with or altered in any way, or in our judgment has been subject to misuse, improper installation, negligence or accident, spillage or downdrafts caused by environmental or geographical conditions, inadequate ventilation, excessive offsets, negative
air pressure caused by mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryer, etc.
Freight damage to stoves and replacement parts is not covered by warranty and is subject to a claim against the freight carrier by the dealer.
FPI will not be liable for acts of God, or acts of terrorism, which cause malfunction of the appliance.
Performance problems due to operator error will not be covered by this warranty policy.
* Subsidy according to job scale as predetermined by FPI.
Revised: 01-04-07
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