H35 Direct Vent Gas Fireplace

Owners &
Installation Manual
H35 Direct Vent Gas Fireplace
www.hampton-fire.com
MODELS:
H35-NG2 Natural Gas
H35-LP2 Propane
WARNING:
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If the information in these instructions are not followed ex- What to do if you smell gas:
actly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, Do not try to light any appliance
Do not touch any electrical switch:
personal injury or loss of life.
do not use any phone in your
FOR YOUR SAFETY
building.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and Immediately call your gas supplier
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
from a neighbour's phone. Follow
the gas supplier's instructions.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified
If you cannot reach your gas
installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
supplier, call the fire department.
Tested by:
Installer: Please complete the details on the back cover
and leave this manual with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Please keep these instructions for future reference.
918-838
FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD. 6988 Venture St., Delta, BC Canada, V4G 1H4
07/19/11
HAMPTON®
Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
To the New Owner:
Congratulations!
You are the owner of a state-of-the-art Hampton® Gas Stove by REGENCY FIREPLACE PRODUCTS .
The H35-2 is a hand crafted appliance and has been designed to provide you with all the warmth and charm of a wood fireplace
at the flick of a switch. The model H35-2 has been approved by Warnock Hersey for both safety and efficiency. As it also bears
our own mark, it promises to provide you with economy, comfort and security for many trouble free years to follow. Please take a
moment now to acquaint yourself with these instructions and the many features of your
Hampton® Stove.
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
DIMENSIONS
UNIT DIMENSIONS
* Unit shown with optional side shelves.
38-1/4” (972mm)
28” (711mm)
25” (835mm)
21” (533mm)
26-7/8” (683mm)
16-3/4” (425mm)
15-3/8” (391mm)
26-1/4” (667mm)
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIMENSIONS
Unit Dimensions ............................................................3
SAFETY LABEL
Optional Brick Panel ....................................................35
Log Set Installation ......................................................35
Double DoorRemoval ..................................................36
Optional side shelves installation ................................37
Wiring Diagrams ..........................................................38
Wall Thermostat ..........................................................39
Remote Control ..........................................................39
Copy of Safety Label .....................................................5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
REQUIREMENTS
Specifications ................................................................7
Information for Mobile Homes After First Sale ...............7
INSTALLATION
General Safety Information............................................9
Installation Checklist ......................................................9
Clearances to Combustibles..........................................9
Locating YourGas Stove ..............................................10
Manufactured Mobile Home Additional Requirements 10
Combustion and Ventilation Air....................................10
Optional Fan Installation ..............................................10
Venting Introduction ..................................................... 11
Installation Precautions ............................................... 11
Safety Precautions for The Installer ............................ 11
Vent Restrictor Position ............................................... 11
Exterior Vent Terminal Locations .................................12
4” x 6-5/8” Rigid Pipe ..................................................13
Cross Reference Chart only ........................................13
Rigid Pipe Venting Systems ........................................15
45o Elbow for Straight Horizontal Terminations ...........16
Venting Arrangements .................................................16
Vertical Termination With Co-linear Flex System.........20
DV Stove Horizontal Termination Vent Kit ...................21
Dura-Vent Termination Kit............................................23
Horizontal Installations ................................................24
Rigid Vent system ........................................................24
Vertical Termination .....................................................25
Rigid Vent system ........................................................25
Converting Chimney to Direct Vent System ................27
Cathedral Ceilings .......................................................28
High Elevation .............................................................28
Gas Connection ...........................................................28
Aeration Adjustment ....................................................29
Gas Pipe Pressure Testing ..........................................29
Conversion from NG to LP ..........................................30
Conversion Kit to Lower BTU Rating ...........................34
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Operating Instructions .................................................40
Lighting Procedure ......................................................40
Shutdown Procedure ...................................................40
First Fire ......................................................................40
Final Check..................................................................40
Copy of the Lighting Plate Instructions .......................41
Adjusting Flame Height ...............................................41
Automatic Convection Fan Operation..........................41
Normal Operating Sounds of Gas Appliances .............42
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Instructions.............................................42
General Vent Maintenance ..........................................43
Log Replacement ........................................................43
Glass Replacement .....................................................43
Fan Maintenance .........................................................43
Removing Valve...........................................................44
Installing Valve Assembly ............................................44
PARTS
Main Assembly ............................................................45
Burner & Log Assembly ...............................................46
WARRANTY
Warranty ......................................................................47
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
SAFETY LABEL
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.
This is a copy of the label that accompanies
each Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove.
We have printed a copy of the contents here
for your review.
COPY OF SAFETY LABEL
DUPLICATE SERIAL NO.
355
DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL / NE
PAS ENLEVER CETTE ÉTIQUETTE
Listed: VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER /
FOYER AU GAZ À ÉVACUATION
Certified for/Certifiée pour: CANADA and U.S.A.
WN# 16478
Tested to: CGA 2-17-M91, ANSIZ21.88a-2007/CSA 2.33a-2007
355
Serial No./ No de serie
MAY BE INSTALLED IN MANUFACTURED (MOBILE) HOMES AFTER FIRST SALE
Model/Modele:
H35-NG2
FACTORY EQUIPPED FOR NATURAL GAS Model:H35-NG2
Minimum supply pressure
5" WC/C.E. (1.25 kPa)
3.8" WC/C.E. (0.94 kPa)
Manifold pressure High
Manifold pressure Low
1.1" WC/C.E. (0.27 kPa)
36,000 Btu/h (10.55 Kw/h)
Maximum Input
Minimum Input
18,000 Btu/h (5.28 Kw/h)
Orifice size
#33 DMS
(2.87mm)
Altitude
0-4500 ft/pi (0-1372m)
Convertible to 30,000
Orifice Size
#37 DMS
Maximum Input
30,000 Btu/h (8.78 Kw/h)
Minimum Input
14,300 Btu/h (4.19 Kw/h)
Altitude
0-4500 ft/pi (0-1372m)
Model/Modele:
H35-LP2
FACTORY EQUIPPED FOR PROPANE
Minimum supply pressure
Manifold pressure High
Manifold pressure Low
Maximum Input
Minimum Input
Orifice size
Altitude
Convertible to 28,500 Btu
Orifice Size
Maximum Input
Minimum Input
Altitude
Minimum
Minimum
Minimum
Minimum
GAS Model:H35-LP2
12" WC/C.E. (3.00 kPa)
11" WC/C.E. (2.74 kPa)
2.9" WC/C.E. (0.72 kPa)
34,000 Btu/h (9.97 Kw/h)
17,500 Btu/h (5.13 Kw/h)
#51 DMS
(1.70mm)
0-4500 ft/pi (0-1372m)
#52 DMS
28,500 Btu/h (8.35 Kw/h)
15,000 Btu/h (4.39 Kw/h)
0-4500 ft/pi (0-1372m)
ÉQUIPÉ A L'UISINE POUR GAZ NATURAL
Pression d'allimentation minimum
Pression à la tubulure d'échappement élevée
Pression à la tubulure d'échappement basse
Débit Calorifique maximum
Débit Calorifique minimum
Dimensions de l’orifice
L’altitude
Dimensions de l'orifice
Débit Calorifique maximum selon
Débit Calorifique minimum selon
L’altitude
ÉQUIPÉ A L'UISINE POUR GAZ PROPANE
Pression d'allimentation minimum
Pression à la tubulure d'échappement élevée
Pression à la tubulure d'échappement basse
Débit Calorifique maximum
Débit Calorifique minimum
Dimensions de l’orifice
L’altitude
Dimensions de l'orifice
Débit Calorifique maximum selon
Débit Calorifique minimum selon
L’altitude
Left Side Wall
Clearances to Combustibles/Degagement
De Materiaux Combustibles
ceiling height from top of unit:36”/914mm
plafond hauteur en haut de l’appareil:
A 6-1/2”/165mm
B 6”/152mm
A
Left Side Wall
A
C 2" / 50mm
E 2"/50mm
Minimum clearance of Vent Terminal to Outside Corner & Inside Corner:
with AstroCap 6"/150mm with Dura-Vent Cap 12"/300mm
Horizontal
Pipe
A
Right Side Wall
E
C
B
Vertical
Pipe
A
E
Right Side Wall
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if none, follow the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, or Natural Gas
and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the Standard CAN/CSA Z240 MH, Mobile Housing, in Canada, or with the Manufactured
Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280, in the United States, or when such a standard is not applicable, ANSI/NCSBCS A225.1/NFPA 501A, Manufactured Home Installations Standard or ANSI A119.2 ou NFPA 501C Standard for Recreational Vehicles
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate and may be installed in an aftermarket, permanently located,
manufactured (mobile) home where not prohibited by local codes. See owner's manual for details.
Installer l'appareil selon les codes ou règlements locaux, ou, en l'absence de tels règlements, selon les codes d'installation ANSI Z223.1, National Fuel Gas Code ou CSA-B149.1 en vigueur.
Installer l'appareil selon la norme CAN/CSA-Z240, Série MM, Maison mobiles ou CAN/CSA-Z240 VC, Véhicules de camping, ou la norme 24
CFR Part 3280, Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard. Si ces normes ne sont pas pertinentes, utilisez la norme ANSI/NCSBCS A225.1/NFPA 501A, Manufactured Home Installations Standard, ou ANSI A119.2 ou NFPA 501C Standard for Recreational Vehicles.
Cet appareil doit être utilize uniquement avec le type de gaz indiqué sur la plaque signalétique. Cet appareil peut être installé dans une maison
préfabriquée ou mobile (É.-U. seulement) installée à demeure si les règlements locaux le permettent. Voir la notice de l'utilisateur pour plus de
renseignements. Cet appareil ne peut pas être utilisé avec d'autres gaz sauf si une trousse de conversion certifiée est fournie.
This vented gas fireplace heater is not for use with air filters.
Ne pas utiliser de filtre à air avec ce foyer au gaz à évacuation.
For use with glass doors certified with the appliance only
Pour utilisation uniquement avec les portes en verre certifiées avec l'appareil
Electrical supply / Électrique 115VAC, 1.13 A, 60Hz.
NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUELS. / NE PAS UTILISER AVEC DU COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE
FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd. Delta, BC, Canada
Made in Canada/Fabrique au Canada
918-840
For the State of Massachusetts, installation and repair must be done by a plumber or gasfitter licensed in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.
For the State of Massachusetts, flexible connectors shall not exceed 36 inches in length.
For the State of Massachusetts, the appliances individual manual shut-off must be a t-handle type valve.
The State of Massachusetts requires the installation of a carbon monoxide alarm in accordance with NFPA 720 and a CO alarm with
battery back up in the same room where the gas appliance is installed.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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REQUIREMENTS
MA Code - CO Detector
(for the State of Massachusetts only)
5.08: Modifications to NFPA-54, Chapter 10
(2) Revise 10.8.3 by adding the following additional requirements:
(a) For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for
residential purposes, including those owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust vent termination is less than
seven (7) feet above finished grade in the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and porches, the following requirements shall
be satisfied:
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled
equipment, the installing plumber or gasfitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm and battery back-up is
installed on the floor level where the gas equipment is to be installed. In addition, the installing plumber or gasfitter shall observe that a battery
operated or hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm is installed on each additional level of the dwelling, building or structure
served by the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property owner to secure the services of
qualified licensed professionals for the installation of hard wired carbon monoxide detectors
a. In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an attic, the hard wired carbon
monoxide detector with alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next adjacent floor level.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision can not be met at the time of completion of installation, the owner shall have a period of
thirty (30) days to comply with the above requirements; provided, however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a battery operated carbon
monoxide detector with an alarm shall be installed.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the above provisions
shall comply with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a minimum height of eight
(8) feet above grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally vented gas fueled heating appliance or equipment. The
sign shall read, in print size no less than one-half (1/2) inch in size, "GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL
OBSTRUCTIONS".
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall not approve the installation
unless, upon inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage installed in accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR
5.08(2)(a)1 through 4.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled "Equipment Not Required To Be Vented" in the most current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by
the Board; and
2. Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in a room or structure separate from the dwelling, building or
structure used in whole or in part for residential purposes.
(c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas equipment provides a venting system design or venting system components with the equipment, the
instructions provided by the manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the venting system shall include:
1. Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting system design or the venting system components; and
2. A complete parts list for the venting system design or venting system.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of a
Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but identifies
"special venting systems", the following requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
1. The referenced "special venting system" instructions shall be included with the appliance or equipment installation instructions; and
2. The "special venting systems" shall be Product Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that system shall include a parts list and
detailed installation instructions.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment, all venting instructions,
all parts lists for venting instructions, and/or all venting design instructions shall remain with the appliance or equipment at the completion of
the installation.
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove must
be installed in accordance with these instructions.
Carefully read all the instructions in this manual first.
Consult the building authority having jurisdiction
to determine the need for a permit prior to starting
the installation.
Note: Failure to follow the instructions could
cause a malfunction of the heater which
could result in death, serious bodily
injury, and/or property damage. Failure
to follow these instructions may also
void your fire insurance and/or warranty.
Note: These instructions take precedence over
Simpson Dura-Vent instructions.
SPECIFICATIONS
Fuels:
H35-NG2 is approved for use with natural
gas.
H35-LP2 is approved for use with
liquefied petroleum gases (propane).
INFORMATION FOR
MOBILE /
MANUFACTURED HOMES
AFTER FIRST SALE
This Hampton® product has been tested and listed by
ITS Testing Services as a Direct Vent Wall Furnace
to the following standards:
CGA-2.17-M91, and ANSI Z21.88b-2007/CSA
2.33b-2007.
This Direct Vent System Appliance must be
installed in accordance with the manufacturer's
installation instructions and the Manufactured Home
Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR,
Part 3280, or the current Standard of Fire Safety
Criteria for Manufactured Home Installations,
Sites, and Communities ANSI/NFPA 501A, and
with CAN/CSA Z240-MH Mobile Home Standard
in Canada.
This appliance installation must comply with the
manufacturer's installation instructions and local
codes, if any. In the absence of local codes follow
the current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1
and the current National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA
70 in the U.S.A., and the current CAN/CSA B149.1
Gas Installation Code and the current Canadian
Electrical Code CSA C22.1 in Canada.
Electrical: 120V A.C. system.
Circulation Fan: Variable speed, 125/75.
Log Sets: Ceramic fibre, 7 per set.
Vent System: Coaxial (6-5/8" outer / 4" inner liner)
rigid flue and termination cap.
The efficiency rating of the appliance is a
product thermal efficiency rating determined
under continuous operating conditions and was
determined independent of any installed system.
This Hampton® Mobile/Manufactured Home
Listed appliance comes factory equipped
with a means to secure the unit.
This Hampton® Mobile/Manufactured Home
listed appliance comes equipped with a
dedicated #8 ground lug to which an 18
gauge copper wire from the steel chassis
ground must be attached.
This appliance may only be installed
in an aftermarket permanently located,
manufactured (USA only )or mobile
home, where not prohibited by local
codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type
of gas indicated on the rating plate. This
appliance is not convertible for use with
other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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INSTALLATION
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, we are required
by the Canadian Safety Standards and ANSI Standards to make you aware of the following:
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD
BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED
SERVICE PERSON. THE APPLIANCE
SHOULD BE INSPECTED BEFORE
USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY A
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PERSON.
MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY
BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE
LINT FROM CARPETING, BEDDING
MATERIAL, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVETHAT
CONTROL COMPARTMENTS, BURNERS
AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS
OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES, THE
APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED
OUT OF TRAFFIC AND AWAY FROM
FURNITURE AND DRAPERIES.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL THIS
APPLIANCE CORRECTLY WILL VOID
YOUR WARRANTY AND MAY CAUSE A
SERIOUS HOUSE FIRE.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD BE
ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH
SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ESPECIALLY THE FIREPLACE GLASS, AND
SHOULD STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS
OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE
IN THE SAME AREA AS THE APPLIANCE. TODDLERS, YOUNG CHILDREN
AND OTHERS MAY BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO ACCIDENTAL CONTACT BURNS. A
PHYSICAL BARRIERS IS RECOMMENDED IF THERE ARE AT RISK INDIVIDUAL
IN THE HOUSE. TO RESTRICT ACCESS
TO A FIREPLACE OR STOVE, INSTALL
AN ADJUSTABLE SAFETY GATE TO
KEEP TODDLERS, YOUNG CHILDREN
AND OTHER AT RISK INDIVIDUALS OUT
OF THE ROOM AND AWAY FROM HOT
SURFACES.
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CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE
MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE PLACED
ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
1) Provide adequate clearances for servicing,
proper operation and around the air openings
into the combustion chamber.
2) The appliance must be installed on a flat, solid,
continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete).
This may be the floor, or it can be raised up on
a platform to enhance its visual impact. The
appliance may be installed on carpeting, tile,
wood flooring or other combustible material,
because the appliance's base extends the full
width and depth of the appliance. The Direct
Vent Freestanding Gas Stove can be installed
in a wide variety of ways and will fit nearly any
room layout. It may be installed in a recessed
position, framed out into the room, or across a
corner.
3) The Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove is
approved for alcove installations, which meet
the clearances listed in the "Clearance to
Combustibles" section. This unit is approved
for manufactured home installations, see the
"Manufactured Mobile Home Additional Requirements" section and the "Venting Arrangement"
section for the required vent arrangements. If
installed into a manufactured home the unit
must be bolted down to the floor.
4) This appliance is Listed for bedroom installations
when used with a Listed Millivolt Thermostat.
Some areas may have further requirements,
check local codes before installation.
5) This appliance is Listed for Alcove installations,
maintain minimum Alcove clearances as follows,
minimum width of 40" (1016mm), a maximum
depth of 36" (914mm), and minimum ceiling
height of 64" (1626mm) from floor to ceiling.
6) We recommend that you plan your installation on
paper using exact measurements for clearances
and floor protection before actually installing this
appliance. Have a qualified building inspector
review your plans before installation.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
GENERAL SAFETY
INFORMATION
1) The appliance installation must conform with
local Canadian Electrical Code.
2) The appliance when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes,
or in the absence of local codes with the current National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
or CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code.
3) The appliance should be inspected for shipping
damage before use and serviced annually by
a professional service person. More frequent
cleaning may be required due to excessive
lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc. It
is imperative that control compartments, and
circulating air passageways of the appliance
be kept clean and free from excessive lint from
carpeting.
4) See general construction and assembly instructions. The appliance and vent should be
enclosed when installed in or passing through
a living area, where children may come in
contact with it.
5) This appliance must be connected to the specified vent and termination cap to the outside
of the building envelope. N e v e r v e n t t o
another room or inside a building. Make sure
that the vent is fitted as per the instructions
starting in the "Exterior Vent Terminal Locations" section.
2) Install Optional Fan. Refer to the "Optional Fan
Installation" section.
3) Set vent restrictors. Refer to the "Vent Restrictor
Position" section.
4) Install venting. Refer to the following sections
where applicable:
a. Check all venting requirements.
See "Venting Introduction" to "Venting
Arrangements" sections.
b. Vertical Termination with Co-linear Flex
System
c. DV Stove Horizontal Vent Kit
d. Dura-Vent Termination Kit.
5) Make gas connections. Refer to the "Gas
Connection" section
Test the pilot. Must be as per diagram in the
"Maintenance Instruction" section.
If converting to Propane, make changes prior
see the "Conversion from Natural Gas to
Propane" section.
6) Test Gas Pressure. Refer to the "Gas Pipe
Pressure Testing" section.
7) Install standard and optional features. Refer
to the following sections where applicable:
a. Brick Panels
b. Log Set Installation
c. Wall Thermostat
d. Remote Control
e. Optional Side Shelves
6) Inspect the venting system annually for blockage and any signs of deterioration.
8) Final check. Refer to the "Final Check" section.
7) Venting terminals shall not be recessed into a
wall or siding.
Emissions from burning wood or gas could
contain chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
INSTALLATION
CHECKLIST
The clearances listed are MINIMUM distances.
Measure the clearance to both the appliance and
the chimney connector. The farthest distance is
correct if the two clearances do not coincide.
For example, if the appliance is set as indicated in
one of the figures but the connector is too close,
move the stove until the correct clearance to the
connector is obtained.
This appliance may be installed only with the
clearances as shown in the situations pictured.
Do not combine clearances from one type of
installation with another in order to achieve
closer clearances.
This unit can be installed on a solid combustible
surface like a wood floor. This unit can also be
installed directly on carpeting or vinyl.
Use the minimum clearances shown in the diagrams below:
H35-NG2 & H35-LP2 Clearances
A Side Wall to Unit
6-1/2" / 165 mm
B Back Wall to Unit
6" / 152 mm
C Vertical Vent Pipe to Back Wall
2" / 50 mm
E Unit Corner to Wall
2" / 50 mm
Unit Top to Alcove Ceiling 36" / 914 mm
Minimum ceiling height is 36" /914 mm from top
of unit.
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing correctly and operation fully explained
to customer.
8) Any safety glass removed for servicing must
be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
9) To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who
is unfamiliar with the operation to use the
fireplace.
CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES
This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct
firing rate (rate noted on label) after burning
appliance for 15 minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to ensure
that the flame does not carbon. First allow the
unit to burn for 15-20 min. to stabilize.
CAUTION: Any alteration to the product that
causes sooting or carboning that results in
damage is not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
1) Locate your appliance. Refer to the following
sections:
a. Clearances to combustibles
b. Locating Your Gas Stove
c. For venting requirements, see "Venting
Introduction" to "Venting Arrangements"
Section.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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INSTALLATION
LOCATING YOUR
GAS STOVE
When selecting a location for your stove, ensure
that the clearances listed above are met as well
as ensuring that there is adequate accessibility for
servicing and proper operation.
OPTIONAL FAN INSTALLATION
Fan Kit Contains:
Qty.
1
1
1
1
7) Install locking grommet to power cord and push
through hole in the rear panel and give a 1/4
turn to secure.
Description
Fan Speed Controller with nut, and
knob.
Fan Assembly c/w green wire
attached
Power cord
Plastic locking grommet
NOTE: When running wires, keep them clear
of valve assembly and tubing to avoid
tangling of wires and valve.
NOTE: Be careful not to cut wires when passing
through holes in the firebox.
1) Remove the Top Control Panel Assembly
by removing the three screws. Diagram 1.
8) Run green ground wire from fan and connect
to grounding lug.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
Cross Corner
Room Divider
Island
Flat on Wall
Flat on Wall Corner
Flush with Wall/Alcove
For Vent Termination requirements, see the "Exterior Vent Terminal Locations" section.
MANUFACTURED
MOBILE HOME
ADDITIONAL
REQUIREMENTS
Diagram 1
2) Remove the nylon hole plug from the control
panel.
3) Install the fan speed controller onto the control
panel and secure with nut. Connect remaining
wire harness wires to speed control. NOTE:
Speed control wires must be in the down position when control panel is in place.
9) Connect green power cord ground wire to
grounding lug.
10) Run the neutral black wire from power cord and
connect to fan motor.
11) Run the live black wire from power cord and
connect to speed control wire.
4) Push black knob onto speed control.
5) Remove the rear access panel on the back of
the stove by removing the 6 screws. Install the
fan onto pins as per Diagram 2.
12) Connect the white wire of the wire harness to
the fan terminal.
1) Ensure that structural members are not cut or
weakened during installation.
NOTE: Pull excess wire next to fan to avoid
excessive heat from the firebox.
2) Ensure proper grounding using the #8 ground
lug provided.
13) Ensure all wires are pulled away from firebox to
avoid excessive heat and secure with stick-on
wire clip.
3) Appliance must be anchored to the floor with
the supplied anchoring methods.
14) Re-attach control panel with 3 screws, reversing step 1. Re-attach rear access panel with 6
screws, reversing step 5.
COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR
The combustion air from this appliance is drawn
from outside the building through the outer flue.
Extra provision for combustion air inside the
room is not required.
NOTE: When power cord is plugged in, speed
control is in the ON position and stove is burning, allow 10 - 15 minutes for the thermodisc
(temperature switch) to activate and turn on the
Fan automatically.
Diagram 2
NOTE: Do NOT damage, cut or remove the 3"
aluminum air intake pipes.
Hint for pushing fan down onto pins - rub a bit
of dish soap on the pins so the grommets will
slide down more easily. Check to make sure the
fan is seated properly on the pins - try to move
the fan back and forth.
6) Push power cord through hole in the rear panel
14" - 16" and tie a loose knot in the cord on the
inside to prevent the power cord from being
pulled out. Diagram 2.
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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.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
VENTING
INTRODUCTION
VENT RESTRICTOR
POSITION
These venting systems are engineered products
that have been designed and tested for use with
the H35-NG2, and H35-LP2. The warranty will be
voided and serious fire, health or other safety hazards may result from any of the following actions:
The Horizontal Termination Kit and the rigid pipe
venting systems, in combination with the Direct Vent
Freestanding Gas Stoves, H35-NG2 and H35-LP2,
have been tested and listed as direct vent heater
systems by Warnock Hersey.
Vent restriction is required for certain venting installations, see the diagrams in "Venting Arrangement"
section to determine if they are required for your
installation.
1) Installation of any damaged Direct Vent component
These units use the "balanced flue" technology
Co-Axial system. The inner liner vents products
of combustion to the outside while the outer pipe
draws outside combustion air into the combustion
chamber thereby eliminating the need to use heated
room air for combustion and losing warm room air
up the chimney.
2) Unauthorized modification of the Direct Vent
System
3) Installation of any component part not
approved by FPI - Fireplace Products
International Ltd.
4) Installation other than as instructed by the
approved rigid pipe manufacturers and FPI
Fireplace Products International Ltd.
Warning: Always maintain required
clearances (air spaces) to nearby
combustibles to prevent a fire hazard.
Do not fill air spaces with insulation.
Be sure to check the vent termination clearance
requirements from decks, windows, soffits, gas
regulators, air supply inlets and public walkways as
specified in the "Exterior Vent Terminal Locations"
section and in your local building codes.
The gas appliance and vent system must be
vented directly to the outside of the building,
and never be attached to a chimney serving a
separate solid fuel or gas-burning appliance.
Each direct vent gas appliance must use it's own
separate vent system. Common vent systems are
prohibited.
To set the Vent restriction as indicated in the diagrams in the "Venting Arrangement" section, simply
loosen the screws and push the vent restrictor plate
to the correct position. Tighten the screws.
Note: These flue pipes must not be
connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and vent system must be vented
directly to the outside of the building, and never
be attached to a chimney serving a separate solid
fuel or gas burning appliance. Each direct vent gas
appliance must use it's own separate vent system.
Common vent systems are prohibited.
IMPORTANT
Horizontal Termination:
Vent Restrictor setting at 36,000 Btu/h
Read all instructions carefully before starting the
installation. Failure to follow these instructions may
create a fire or other safety hazard, and will void the
warranty. Be sure to check the venting and clearance to combustible requirements. Consult your
local building codes before beginning installation.
The location of the termination cap must conform
to the requirements in the "Exterior Vent Terminal
Locations" section.
Vertical Termination:
Vent Restrictor setting at 36,000 Btu/h
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FOR THE INSTALLER
1) Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection.
2) Exercise extreme caution when using ladders
or on roof tops.
3) Be aware of electrical wiring locations in walls
and ceilings.
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INSTALLATION
EXTERIOR VENT TERMINAL LOCATIONS
Minimum Clearance Requirements
Canada1
USA2
A
Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony
12"(30cm)
12"(30cm)
B
Clearance to window or door that may be opened
12"(30cm)
9" (23cm)
C
Clearance to permanently closed window
*
*
D
Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal within a horizontal distance of 2 feet (61cm)
from the center line of the terminal (check with the local code)
22"(56cm)
22"(56cm)
E
Clearance to unventilated soffit
12"(30cm)
12"(30cm)
F
Clearance to outside corner: with AstroCap and Vent Riser Termination Caps
6"(15cm)
6"(15cm)
12"(30cm)
12"(30cm)
6"(15cm)
6"(15cm)
Clearance to outside corner: with all other approved Termination Caps
G
Clearance to inside corner: with AstroCap and Vent Riser Termination Caps
Clearance to inside corner: with all other approved Termination Caps
12"(30cm)
a
12"(30cm)
H
Clearance to each side of center line extended above meter/regulator assembly
36"(90cm)
J
Clearance to service regulator vent outlet
36"(90cm)
K
Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance
12"(30cm)
L
Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet
#3' (91cm) above if within 10' (3m) horizontally.
72"(1.8m)
36"(90cm)b
M
Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property
84"(2.1m)┼
*
N
Clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony
12"(30cm)‡
*
*
*
9" (23cm)
1
In accordance with current CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code
In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, National Fuel Gas Code
┼
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway which is located between two single family dwellings and serves both dwellings.
‡ Permitted only if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor
*a Clearance in accordance with local installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier
3 feet (91cm) within a height of 15 feet (4.5m) above the meter / regulator assembly
b 3 feet (91cm) above - if within 10 feet (3m) horizontally
2
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
4” X 6-5/8” RIGID PIPE
CROSS REFERENCE CHART ONLY
Components from different Manufacturers may not be mixed. Not All Rigid Pipe components are available directly from FPI.
Description
Simpson
Selkirk
Direct Vent Pro®
Direct Temp™
American Metal
Products®
Metal-Fab™
Security
ICC Excel
Sure Seal
Secure- Vent®
Direct
Amerivent Direct
6” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-06
4DT-6
N/A
4D6
SV4L6
6” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-06B
4DT-6B
N/A
4D6B
SV4LB6
TC-4DL6
TC-4DL6B
7” Pipe Length-Galvanized
N/A
N/A
4D7
N/A
N/A
N/A
7” Pipe Length-Black
N/A
N/A
4D7B
N/A
N/A
N/A
9” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-09
4DT-9
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
9” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-09B
4DT-9B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
12” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-12
4DT-12
4D12
4D12
SV4L12
TC-4DL1
12” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-12B
4DT-12B
4D12B
4D12B
SV4LB12
TC-4DL1B
18” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-18
4DT-18
4D18
4D18
SV4LA
TC-4DL18
18” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-18B
4DT-18B
4D18B
4D18B
SV4LA
TC-4DL18B
24” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-24
4DT-24
4D24
4D24
SV4L24
TC-4DL2
24” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-24B
4DT-24B
4D24B
4D24B
SV4LB24
TC-4DL2B
36” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-36
4DT-36
4D36
4D36
SV4L36
TC-4DL3
36” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-36B
4DT-36B
4D36B
4D36B
SV4LB36
TC-4DL3B
48” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-48
4DT-48
4D48
4D48
SV4L48
TC-4DL4
48” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-48B
4DT-48B
4D48B
4D48B
SV4LB48
TC-4DL4B
60” Pipe Length-Galvanized
46DVA-60
4DT-60
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
60” Pipe Length-Black
46DVA-60B
4DT-60B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Adjustable Length 3”-10”-Galvanized
N/A
N/A
N/A
4DAL
N/A
TC-4DLT
Adjustable Length 3”-10”-Black
N/A
N/A
N/A
4DALB
N/A
TC-4DLTB
Adjustable Length 7”-Galvanized
N/A
N/A
4D7A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Adjustable Length 7”-Black
N/A
N/A
4D7AB
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extension Pipe 8-1/2”-Galvanized
46DVA-08A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extension Pipe 8-1/2”-Black
46DVA-08AB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Adjustable Length 12”-Galvanized
N/A
N/A
4D12A
N/A
SV4LA12
N/A
Adjustable Length 12”-Black
N/A
N/A
4D12A
N/A
SV4LBA12
N/A
Extension Pipe 16”-Galvanized
46DVA-16A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extension Pipe 16”-Black
46DVA-16AB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45º Elbow-Galvanized
46DVA-E45
4DT-EL45
4D45L
N/A
N/A
TE-4DE45
45º Elbow-Black
46DVA-E45B
4DT-EL45B
4DT-EL45B
N/A
N/A
TE-4DE45B
45º Elbow Swivel-Galvanized
See 46DVA-E45
N/A
N/A
4D45L
SV4E45
N/A
45º Elbow Swivel-Black
See 46DVA-E45B
N/A
N/A
4D45LB
SV4EB45
N/A
90º Elbow-Galvanized
46DVA-E90
4DT-EL90S
4DT-EL90S
N/A
N/A
TE-4DE90
90º Elbow-Black
46DVA-E90B
4DT-EL90SB
4DT-EL90SB
N/A
SV4EBR90-1
TE-4DE90B
90º Elbow, Swivel-Galvanized
See 46DVA-E90
N/A
N/A
4D90L
SV4E90-1
N/A
90º Elbow, Swivel-Black
See 46DVA-E90B
N/A
N/A
4D90LB
SV4EB90-1
N/A
90º Starter Elbow, Swivel-Galvanized
N/A
N/A
N/A
4D90A
N/A
N/A
Adaptor*
N/A
N/A
N/A
4D90L
N/A
N/A
Ceiling Support
N/A
4DT-CS
4DFSP
4DSP
SV4SD
TE-4DE45
Cathedral Support Box
46DVA-CS
4DT-CSS
4DRSB
4DRS
SV4CSB
TE-4DE45B
Wall Support/Band
46DVA-WS
4DT-WS/B
4DWS
4DWS
SV4BM
N/A
Offset Support
46DVA-ES (N/A - FPI)
4DT-OS
N/A
N/A
SV4SU
N/A
Wall Thimble-Black
46DVA-WT
4DT-WT
4DWT
4DWT
SV4RSM
TE-4DE90
Wall Thimble Support/Ceiling Support
46DVA-DC
N/A
N/A
N/A
SV4PF
TE-4DE90B
Firestop Spacer
46DVA-FS
4DT-FS
4DFSP
4DFS
SV4BF
N/A
Trim Plate-Black
N/A
4DT-TP
4DFPB
4DCP
SV4LA
N/A
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INSTALLATION
Description
Simpson
Direct Vent Pro®
Selkirk
American Metal
Products®
Direct Temp™
Metal-Fab™
Sure Seal
Security
ICC Excel
Secure- Vent®
Direct
Amerivent Direct
Attic Insulation Shield 12”
46DVA-IS N/A@ FPI
N/A
4DAIS12
N/A
SV4RSA
N/A
Attic Insulation Shield - Cold Climates 36”
N/A
N/A
4DAIS12
N/A
N/A
TM-4AS
Basic Horizontal Termination Kit (A)
Disc.
4DT-HKA
4DHTK2
4DHTKA
SV-SHK
N/A
Horizontal Termination Kit (B)
46DVA-KHA
4DT-HKB
4DHTK1
4DHTKB
SV-HK
N/A
Vertical Termination Kit
Disc.
4DT-VKC
4DHTK
4DHTK
SV-FK
N/A
High Wind Vertical Cap
46DVA-VCH
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4VT
High Wind Horizontal Cap
46DVA-HC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4DHT
(Changed Components)
Horizontal Square Termination Cap
See 46DVA-HC
4DT-HHC
4DHC
4DHT
SV4CHC-1
TM-4HT
Vertical Termination Cap
46DVA-VC
4DT-HVC
4DVC
4DVT
SV4CGV-1
TM-4VT
Storm Collar
46DVA-08A
4DT-SC
4DSC
4DSC
SV4FC
TM-SC
Adjustable Flashing 0/12-6/12
N/A
4DT-ST14
4D12S
4DST14
SV4STC14
TF-4FA
Adjustable Flashing 6/12-12/12
N/A
4DT-ST36
4D36S
4DST36
SV4STC36
TF-4FB
Vinyl Siding Standoff
46DVA-VSS
4DT-VS
N/A
4DVS
SV4VS
TM-VSS
Vinyl Siding Shield Plate
N/A
4DT-VSP
N/A
N/A
SV4VS
N/A
Snorkel Termination 14”
46DVA-VCH
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4ST14
Snorkel Termination 36”
46DVA-HC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4ST36
Restrictor Disk
46DVA-RD
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4DS
Extended Vertical Termination Cap
46DVA-VCE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Chimney Conversion Kit A (USA only)
46DVA-KCA
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4CA6
Chimney Conversion Kit B (USA only)
46DVA-KCB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4CA7
Chimney Conversion Kit C (USA only)
46DVA-KCC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4CA8
Chimney Conversion Kit Masonry
(USA only)
46DVA-KMC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Wall Firestop
46DVA-WFS
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
TM-4TR
Colinear Flex Connectors
46DVA-ADF
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FPI
946-506/P
Vent Guard (Optional) for AstroCap
946-205
Vinyl Siding Shield for Riser Vent Terminal
640-530/P
Riser Vent Terminal
946-208/P
Vent Guard (Optional) for Riser Vent Terminal
946-206
Vinyl Siding Standoff for AstroCap
946-523/P
AstroCap Horizontal Cap
Note: When using Metal-Fab Sure Seal Rigid Piping - please note that the Adaptor (4DDA) must be used in conjunction with FPI Rigid Pipe Adaptor.
Offset Pipe Selection: Use this table to determine offset pipe lengths.
Pipe Length
(L)
4” x 6-5/8” Venting
Run (X)
Rise (Y)
For specific instructions on venting components - visit the
manufacturers website listed below.
0” (0mm)
4-7/8” (124mm)
13-7/8” (340mm)
Simpson Direct Vent Pro: www.duravent.com
6” (152mm)
8” (203mm)
16-1/2” (419mm)
Selkirk Direct-Temp: www.selkirkcorp.com
9” (229mm)
10-1/8” (257mm)
18-5/8” (473mm)
American Metal Products: www.americanmetalproducts.com
12” (305mm)
12-1/4” (311mm)
20-3/4” (527mm)
Metal-Fab Sure Seal: www.mtlfab.com
24” (610mm)
20-5/8” (524mm)
29-1/8” (740mm)
Security Secure Vent: www.securitychimneys.com
Industrial Chimney Company: www.icc-rsf.com
36” (914mm)
29” (737mm)
37-1/2” (953mm)
48” (1219mm)
37-7/16” (951mm)
45-15/16” (1167mm)
Note: Horizontal runs of vent must be level, or have a 1/4” rise for every 1 foot of run towards the termination.
Never allow the vent to run downward - this could cause high temperatures and may present a possible fire hazard.
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
RIGID PIPE VENTING SYSTEMS
Horizontal or Vertical Terminations
Alternate
Horizontal
Termination
Caps
WARNING:
Do not combine venting components from
different venting systems.
However use of the the AstroCapTM and FPI
Riser is acceptable with all systems.
This product has been evaluated by Intertek
for use with Duravent Direct-Vent Pro, Selkirk
Direct-Temp, Ameri Vent Direct venting and
Security Secure Vent systems.
When using Rigid Vent other than
Simpson Dura-Vent, 3 screws must be
used to secure rigid pipe to adaptor.
The FPI AstroCapTM and FPI Riser Vent terminal are certified for installations using FPI venting systems as well as Simpson Dura-Vent® Direct Vent Pro,
American Metal Products Ameri Vent Direct Vent, Security Secure Vent®, Selkirk Direct-Temp. AstroCapTM is a proprietary trademark of FPI Fireplace
Products International Ltd. Dura-Vent® and Direct Vent Pro are registered and/or proprietary trademarks of Simpson Dura-Vent Co. Inc.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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INSTALLATION
ROTATING 45O ELBOW FOR STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
2) Rotate the elbow 180o
1) Remove all 4 screws that secure
the elbow to the unit using a 1/4"
magnetic nut driver.
3) Secure the elbow by securing
it with the 4 screws.
Remove all 4 screws
and washers
VENTING ARRANGEMENTS
Horizontal Terminations for All
Venting Systems
Vertical Terminations Systems for
Residential Manufactured and Mobile Homes
The shaded areas in the diagram below show
all allowable combinations of vertical runs with
horizontal terminations. Maximum one 90O
elbow (two 45o elbows equal one 90o elbow).
All approved caps listed on page 12 - may
be used.
The shaded area in the diagram below shows all allowable combinations of straight vertical and
offset to vertical runs with vertical terminations. Maximum two 45o elbows.
If the vent is ENCLOSED in a chase (min. size 9" x 9") maintain a 1-1/4" clearance to combustibles.
May be installed in Manufactured (Mobile) Homes after first sale.
Propane and Natural Gas:
Residential, Manufactured and
Mobile Homes Installations
Offset to Vertical Terminations
The venting arrangements diagrammed below,
have a min. of 75% (flue loss) efficiency with Fan
Off, as required for manufactured homes. (Actual
efficiency may be as high as 85%)
May be installed in Manufactured (Mobile)
Homes after first sale.
NOTE: See "Vent Restrictor Position" section for
installation instructions for the Vent Restrictor
Position.
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
VENTING ARRANGEMENTS
HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS USING RIGID PIPE
The two diagrams show all allowable combinations of straight horizontal termination
using Rigid Pipe. Restrictor position "A".
Only a snorkel or FPI Riser vent may be
used as shown. No other termination cap
is permitted.
Snorkel Termination
Riser Vent Termination
Venting Arrangements -Straight Horizontal Termination at a De-Rated BTU
The diagrams show all allowable combinations of straight horizontal termination using
Rigid Pipe. Restrictor position "A". Refer to
the "Conversion Kit to Lower BTU Rating"
section for de-rating instructions.
Note: If venting this appliance as per the
diagrams shown in the two diagrams, the unit
"must" be derated using part #740-950 for NG
and part #740-952 for LP. Refer to the conversion kit to lower BTU rating section for derating
instructions.
Also, only a snorkel or FPI Riser vent may be
used as shown in the noted diagrams. No other
termination cap is permitted.
Snorkel Termination
Riser Vent Termination
Dangerous operating conditions will occur
if these instructions are not adhered to.
*If this is an outside corner, the minimum distance between the vent and the outside corner
is 6” (15cm). See “F” on the diagram in the
"Exterior Vent Terminal Locations" section.
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INSTALLATION
Horizontal Venting with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
3'
4'
5'
6'
7'
8'
V
Min.
Min.
Min.
Min.
Min.
Min.
H + H1
2' Max.
3' Max.
4' Max.
5' Max.
6' Max.
8' Max.
With these options, maximum total pipe length is 30
feet with minimum of 8 feet
total vertical and maximum
8 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 1
foot between 90o elbows
is required.
Lengths do not include elbow indicated
Vent restrictor position A (fully open), refer to the
"Vent Restrictor Position" section.
Horizontal Venting with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
H
1' Max.
2' Max.
3' Max.
4' Max.
5' Max.
V
2' Min.
3' Min.
5' Min.
7' Min.
9' Min.
H + H1
3' Max.
5' Max.
6' Max.
7' Max.
8' Max.
With these options, max.
total pipe length is 30 feet
with min. of 9 feet total
vertical and max. 8 feet
total horizontal.
Please note min. 1 foot
between 90o elbows is
required.
Lengths do not include elbow indicated
Vent restrictor position A (fully open), refer to the "Vent
Restrictor Position" section.
H1
H
V
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
Vertical Venting with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
V
1' Min.
2' Min.
3' Min.
4' Min.
5' Min.
H
3' Max.
4' Max.
5' Max.
6' Max.
7' Max.
V + V1
2' Min.
3' Min.
4' Min.
5' Min.
6' Min.
With these options, max. total
pipe length is 30 feet with min.
of 6 feet total vertical and max.
7 feet total horizontal.
Please note min. 1 foot
between 90 o elbows is
required.
Lengths do not include elbow indicated
Vent restrictor position A (fully open), refer to the "Vent Restrictor Position" section.
Vertical Venting with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
H + H1
2' Max.
3' Max.
4' Max.
5' Max.
6' Max.
V
2' Min.
3' Min.
4' Min.
5' Min.
6' Min.
With these options, max. total
pipe length is 30 feet with min.
of 6 feet total vertical and max.
6 feet total horizontal.
Please note min. 1 foot
between 90 o elbows is
required.
Lengths do not include elbow indicated
Vent restrictor position A (fully open), refer to the
"Vent Restrictor Position" section.
V
H
H1
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INSTALLATION
VERTICAL TERMINATION WITH CO-LINEAR FLEX SYSTEM
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE
CONNECTED TO A CHIMNEY FLUE
SERVING A SEPARATE SOLID FUEL
BURNING APPLIANCE.
This appliance is designed to be attached to
two 3" (76mm) co-linear aluminium flex running
the full length of the chimney. See the Venting
Arrangements chart below for minimum and
maximum flue lengths. See chart below for
minimum distances from roof. Periodically check
that the vent is unrestricted.
Masonry chimneys may take various contours which the flexible liner will accommodate. However,
keep the flexible liner as straight as possible, avoid unnecessary bending.
The Air Intake pipe must be attached to the inlet air collar of the termination cap.
Required Parts:
Part #
946-529
948-305
946-563
Description
Co-linear DV Vertical
Termination Cap
3" Flex - 35 ft.
Co-Axial to Co-Linear Adaptor Kit
which contains the following:
Co-linear Flex Adaptor (270-585)
Outer Pipe (946-257)
Inner Pipe Adaptor (946-219)
Venting Arrangements - Vertical Terminations
with Co-linear Flex System for both
Residential & Manufactured Homes
into Masonry Fireplaces
The shaded area in the diagram shows the allowable vertical
terminations. Note: Must remove 4 screws from stove collar
and rotate 180o to have collar facing straight back. Secure into
place with 4 screws.
Straight Vertical Terminations
Vent Restrictor
set at 1-3/4" open
(fully open),
Position "A"
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INSTALLATION
DV STOVE HORIZONTAL TERMINATION VENT KIT
DV 2 ft. Stove Vent Kit (Part # 946-116) and DV 4 ft. Stove Vent Kit (Part #946-216) includes all the parts
needed to install the H35 Direct Vent unit with minimum horizontal and vertical vent dimensions. For installations
that require longer vertical and/or horizontal vents use the Dura-Vent system as shown in the "Dura-Vent
Termination Kit" and "Dura-Vent Venting Components" sections.
1)
Qty.
1
2)
1
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
12
14
4
4
8
Description
Rigid Pipe Section (Kit # 946-116: 2 ft. (1.2m) length,
Kit # 946-216: 4 ft. (1.2m) length), 6-1/2" (165mm)
inside diameter
Flex Liner, compressed aluminium 2 ply liner, 4" (102mm)
inside diameter
Spring Spacers
90 deg. Elbow
Adjustable pipe section 13-1/2" to 24" (343mm x 610mm), 2 pcs.
Thimble Cover
Wall Thimble (2 pcs.)
Adaptor
AstroCap Termination Cap
Trim Collars
Tube of Mill-Pac, high temperature sealant
Screws, #8 x 1/2" Self tapping, Stainless Steel
Screws, #8 x 1/2" Self tapping, Black
Screws #8 x 1-1/2" Drill Point, Black
Screws #8 x 1-1/2" Drill Point, Stainless Steel
Wood screws #8 x 1"
Required but not included in above Kit:
45o Elbow (Part #: 946-214)
Note:
a) Liner sections should be continuous without any joints or
seams.
b) This is an approved system,
therefore components in this
system must not be substituted
for any other manufacturer's
products.
DV STOVE HORIZONTAL VENT KIT (#946-116 & #946-216) INSTALLATION
Review the following sequence of instructions which
are typical of most installations. The sequence may
vary depending on wall thickness. See "Exterior
Vent Terminal Locations" to "Venting Arrangements" section for vent location and clearance
dimensions, and the "Vent Restrictor Position"
section to set the Vent Restrictor to the correct position.
b) Install wall thimbles on both interior and
exterior wall with 4 wood screws (#8 x
1") per thimble.
c) Attach the 2 piece adjustable pipe section
to the vent terminal and slide into position
from the exterior. The larger diameter
end of the adjustable pipe goes to the
vent terminal.
1) Set the unit in its desired location. Check to
determine if wall studs will be in the way of the
venting system, adjust location until all clearances are met and there are no obstructions.
d) Install the 90o elbow onto the adjustable
pipe to determine the vertical centerline.
Note: A 1-1/2"(38mm) clearance around the
outer pipe must be maintained except
that only a 1" (25mm) clearance is
needed at the termination end.
IMPORTANT:
Do not locate termination hood where
excessive snow or ice buildup may
occur. Be sure to check vent termination area after snow falls, and clear to
prevent accidental blockage of venting system. When using snow blowers, make sure snow is not directed
towards vent termination area.
Note: if the centerline cannot be met,
the adjustable sections will have to
be cut.
2) Assemble a trial fit to determine the vertical
center-line for the vent termination.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
a) Cut a 9-1/2" x 9-1/2" (241mm x 241 mm)
square hole on both the interior and exterior
wall.
e) Cut the 4 ft. section of rigid pipe to length.
Attach the 45o elbow to the rigid pipe,
and ensure that the pipe length when cut
(with the 45o elbow) will seat onto both the
starter collar and the 90o elbow. Crimped
section of rigid pipe seats into the 90o
elbow. Only cut the uncrimped side of
pipe.
Dismantle all pipe sections including vent
terminal.
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INSTALLATION
9) Secure the 4" dia. flex liner to the 4" adaptor with
Mill-Pac and 3 of the #8 x 1/2" screws (stainless
steel).
10) Slide the decorative Thimble Cover over the
pipe sections and secure with 4 screws (#8 x
1-1/2" drill point, black) to the wall.
11) Slide the 90o elbow (crimp end up), the 45o
elbow and the 4 ft. pipe section (crimp end up)
over the 4" dia. flex liner.
12) Install the spring spacers onto the pipe sections.
13) Secure the 4" dia. flex liner with adaptor onto
the stove collar. Put a bead of Mill-Pac around
the appliance adaptor and secure with 3 screws
(#8 x 1/2, stainless steel).
14) Attach the 45o elbow onto the starter collar by
sealing with Mill-Pac and/or high temperature
silicone and securing with 3 of the #8 x 1/2"
(black) screws.
3) Attach the 4" dia. flex liner to the vent terminal
ensuring that the flex overlaps the collar of the
vent terminal by a minimum of 1-3/8"(35mm).
Use Mill-Pac to seal and secure with 3 of the
#8 x 1/2" screws (stainless steel).
4) Attach the adjustable pipe section to the vent
terminal using Mill-Pac and/or high temperature
silicone and attach with 3 of the #8 x 1/2" screws
(stainless steel).
NOTE: For best results and optimum performance with each approved venting system, it is highly recommended to apply
“Mill-Pac” sealant (supplied) to every
inner pipe connection. Failure to do so
may result in drafting or performance
issues not covered under warranty.
Silicone (red RTV) is optional.
Note: If installing termination on
a
siding covered
wall,
a vinyl siding
standoff or furring
strips must be
used to ensure
that
the termination is
not
recessed into the siding. For vinyl siding
standoff installation refer to the Dura-Vent
Termination instructions.
5) Slide the partially connected pipe and vent
terminal assembly through the wall thimbles
(from the exterior into the interior) and secure
the cap to the exterior wall with 4 of the supplied
screws (#8 x 1-1/2" drill point, stainless steel).
Note: pilot holes will need to be drilled through
the wall thimble on all 4 corners.
Note: The four screws provided for the vent
cap should be replaced with appropriate
fasteners for stucco, brick, concrete, or
other types of sidings.
15) Attach the pipe section to the 45o elbow by
sealing with Mill-Pac and/or high temperature
silicone and securing with 3 of the #8 x 1/2"
screws (black). Pipe seams should be facing
the wall.
16) Attach the 90o elbow onto the pipe section by
sealing with Mill-Pac and/or high temperature
silicone and securing with 3 of the #8 x 1/2"
screws (black).
17) Slide the adjustable pipe section onto the 90o
elbow. Slide the trim collar over the adjustable
pipe sections to cover the joint of the telescopic
section.) The flex may have to be compressed
back in order for the adjustable pipe to properly
mate to the elbow. Seal with Mill-Pac and/or
high temperature silicone and secure with 3 of
the #8 x 1/2" screws (black). Pipe seams facing
down.
18) Install the trim collar over the starter collar and
secure with a #8 x 1/2" screw (black).
6) A bead of non-hardening mastic should be run
around both the termination and vinyl siding
standoff to prevent water from entering and
to make a tight seal between the cap and the
standoff.
Note: The pipe seam should be facing down.
Note: To make the installation more aesthetically pleasing, we recommend framing
out a square that the cap can be mounted
on.
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7) Stretch the 4" dia. flex liner out fully and get a
trial fit of the liner onto the 4" dia. starter collar.
8) Cut the 4" dia. flex liner to the desired size.
Hint: leave an extra 12" to 16" of length, this will
make the final assembly easier to work with.
If the pipe needs to be touched up, use only Stove
Brite High Temperature Metallic Black Stove Paint.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
DURA-VENT TERMINATION KIT
Planning Your Dura-Vent
Installation
There are two basic types of Dura-Vent Direct Vent
System installations: horizontal termination and vertical termination. Confirm the maximum horizontal
run and maximum vertical rise from the diagrams
in the "Venting Arrangement" section.
When planning your installation, it will be necessary
to select the proper length of vent pipe for your
particular requirements. For horizontal installations,
determine the minimum clearance from the rear of
the unit to the wall. It is also
the vent termination clearance requirements from
decks, windows, soffits, gas regulators, air supply inlets and public walkways as specified in the
"Exterior Vent Terminal Locations" section and in
your local building codes.
important to note the wall thickness. (The wall
thimble is suitable for 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 wall construction.) Select the amount of vertical rise desired for
"vertical-to-horizontal" type installations.
Warning: Always maintain required
clearances (air spaces) to nearby
combustibles to prevent a fire hazard.
Do not fill air spaces with insulation.
To determine the length of vent pipe required for
vertical installations, measure the distance from the
unit flue outlet to the ceiling, the ceiling thickness,
the vertical rise in an attic or second storey, and
allow for sufficient vertical height above the roof line.
The minimum clearance requirements between the
outer wall of the vent pipe and nearby combustible
surfaces is 1-1/4 inch. Be sure to check
For multi-storey applications, fire stops are required
at each floor level. If an offset is needed, additional
pipe, elbows and supports will be required.
Do not exceed the maximum number of elbows.
One 90o for horizontal terminations and two 45o for
vertical termination.
Dura-Vent Vertical
Termination Installation
Vertical
Terminal
Storm Collar
(D)
Vertical Termination Kit
Dura-Vent Horizontal
Termination Installation
(A)
*Horizontal Termination Kit
Flashing
Cathedral
Ceiling
Support Box
*Horizontal
Termination Cap
*Round Support
Box/Wall Thimble
Ceiling
Firestop
Vinyl Siding
Standoff (Optional)
Round Support
Box/Wall Thimble
Wall Thimble
(B)
Pipe Length
*Adj.Pipe Length
Alternate
Horizontal
Termination Caps
o
*90 Elbow
*24" Pipe Length
Dura-Vent Basic
Horizontal Kit
# 46DVA-KHA
1 90o Elbow
1 Wall Thimble Cover
1 Horiz. Sq. Term. Cap
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INSTALLATION
HORIZONTAL
INSTALLATIONS
RIGID VENT SYSTEM
1) Set the unit in its desired location. Check to
determine if wall studs or roof rafters are in
the way when the venting system is attached.
If this is the case, you may want to adjust the
location of the unit.
2) Direct Vent pipe and fittings are designed with
special twist-lock connections to connect the
venting system to the appliance flue outlet.
A twist-lock appliance adaptor is installed on
the unit at the factory. Assemble the desired
combination of pipe and elbows to the appliance
adaptor with pipe seams oriented towards the
wall or ceiling, as much out of view as possible. The final positioning of the pipe and 90o
elbow assembly is determined by the mounting
orientation of the adaptor on the stove and
twist-locked for a solid connection.
Below Grade Snorkel Installation
If the Snorkel Termination must be installed
below grade, i.e. basement application, proper
drainage must be provided to prevent water
from entering the Snorkel Termination. Refer to
Vent Manufacturer Installation instructions for
details. Do not attempt to enclose the Snorkel
within the wall, or any other type of enclosure.
Diagram 1:
Hint: Apply
silicone to
female end.
NOTE: For best results and optimum performance with each approved venting
system, it is highly recommended to
apply “Mill-Pac” sealant (supplied) to
every inner pipe connection. Failure
to do so may result in drafting or
performance issues not covered
under warranty. Silicone (red RTV)
is optional.
b) Horizontal runs of vent must be supported every three feet. Wall straps are
available for this purpose.
3) With the pipe attached to the stove, slide the
stove into its correct location, and mark the
wall for a 10" x 10" (inside dimensions) square
hole. The center of the square hole should line
up with the center line of the horizontal pipe, as
shown in diagram 3. Cut and frame the 10 inch
square hole in the exterior wall where the vent
will be terminated. If the wall being penetrated
is constructed of non-combustible material, i.e.
masonry block or concrete, a 7" diameter hole
is acceptable.
c) Snorkel Terminations:
For installations requiring a vertical rise
on the exterior of the building, 14-inch
and 36-inch tall Snorkel Terminations
and the Riser Vent as shown in Diagrams
2 & 2a are available. Follow the same
installation procedures as used for standard Horizontal Termination. NEVER
install the snorkel upside down.
*As specified in CAN/
CSA B149.1 Installation
Code. Local codes or
regulations may require
different clearances.
Diagram 3
Note:
a) Twist-lock procedure: Four indentations,
located on the female ends of pipes and
fittings, are designed to slide straight onto
the male ends of adjacent pipes and fittings,
by orienting the four pipe indentations so
they match and slide in to the four entry
slots on the male ends (Diagram 1). Push
the pipe sections completely together,
then twist-lock one section clockwise
approximately one-quarter turn, until the
two sections are fully locked. The female
locking lugs will not be visible from the
outside on the Black Pipe or fittings. They
may be located by examining the inside of
the female ends.
Diagram 2
Diagram 2a
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INSTALLATION
Note:
a) The horizontal run of vent should have
a 1/4 inch rise for every 1 foot of run
towards the termination. Never allow the
vent to run downward. This could cause
high temperatures and may present the
possibility of a fire.
b) The location of the horizontal vent termination on an exterior wall must meet all
local and national building codes, and
must not be blocked or obstructed. See
diagram in the "External Vent Terminal
Locations" section.
4) If installing the vent termination to a wall with
vinyl siding, the Vinyl Siding Standoff must
be used. Attach the Vinyl Siding Standoff
to the Horizontal Vent Termination, but first
run a bead of non-hardening mastic around
its outside edges, so as to make a seal
between vent cap and the standoff. Install
the Vinyl Siding Standoff) between the vent
cap and the exterior wall and attach with the
four wood screws provided. Seal around
the Vinyl Siding Standoff on all four sides.
Diagram 6. The arrow on the vent cap
should be pointing up. Insure that the
1-1/4" clearances to combustible materials
are maintained. See diagram 4.
5) Before connecting the horizontal run of vent
pipe to the vent termination, slide the black
decorative wall thimble cover over the vent
pipe, then slide the Wall Thimble over the
vent pipe.
6) Slide the appliance and vent assembly
towards the wall carefully inserting the
vent pipe into the vent cap assembly. It is
important that the vent pipe extends into
the vent cap a sufficient distance so as to
result in a minimum pipe overlap of 1-1/4
inches. Secure the connection between the
vent pipe and the vent cap by attaching the
two sheet metal strips extending from the
vent cap assembly into the outer wall of the
vent pipe. Use the two sheet metal screws
provided to connect the strips to the pipe.
Bend any remaining portion of the sheet
metal strip back towards the vent cap, so
it will be concealed by the decorative wall
thimble cover. See Diagram 5.
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
RIGID VENT SYSTEM
1) Maintain the 1-1/4" clearances (air spaces)
to combustibles when passing through ceilings, walls, roofs, enclosures, attic rafter, or
other nearby combustible surfaces. Do not
pack air spaces with insulation. Check the
"Exterior Vent Terminal Locations" section
for the maximum vertical rise of the venting
system and the maximum horizontal offset
limitations.
Note: If installing termination on a siding
covered wall, a vinyl siding standoff or
furring strips must be used to ensure
that the termination is not recessed
into the siding. The four wood screws
provided should be replaced with appropriate fasteners for stucco, brick,
concrete, or other types of sidings.
Diagram 5
7) Install wall thimble in the center of the 10"
square and attach with wood screws.
8) Slide the decorative wall thimble up to the
wall surface being careful not to scratch the
paint and attach with screws provided. Apply
decorative brass or chrome trim if desired.
See Diagram 6.
Diagram 4
Diagram 7
2) Set the gas appliance in its desired location. Drop a plumb bob down from the
ceiling to the position of the appliance flue
exit, and mark the location where the vent
will penetrate the ceiling. Drill a small hole
at his point. Next, drop a plumb bob from
the roof to the hole previously drilled in
the ceiling, and mark the spot where the
vent will penetrate the roof. Determine if
ceiling joists, roof rafters or other framing
will obstruct the venting system. You may
wish to relocate the appliance or to offset,
as shown in Diagram 8 to avoid cutting load
bearing members.
Diagram 6
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INSTALLATION
7) Ensure vent is vertical and secure the base of
the flashing to the roof with roofing rails, slide
storm collar over the pipe section and seal with
a mastic.
8) Install the vertical termination cap by twist locking it.
Diagram 8
3) To install the Round Support Box/Wall Thimble
in a flat ceiling, cut a 10 inch square hole in the
ceiling centred on the hole drilled in Step 2.
Frame the hole as shown in Diagram 9.
Notes:
a) For multistorey vertical installations, a Ceiling Fire stop (Part # 46DVA-FS) is required
at the second floor, and any subsequent
floor. Diagram 12. The opening should be
framed to 10 " x 10" inside dimensions, in
the same manner as shown in Diagram 9.
Diagram 10: The upper half of the flashing is
installed under the roofing material and not
nailed down until the chimney is installed.
This allows for small adjustments.
6) Continue to assemble pipe lengths.
Note: If an offset is necessary in the attic to
avoid obstructions, it is important to
support the vent pipe every 3 feet, to
avoid excessive stress on the elbows,
and possible separation. Wall straps are
available for this purpose. See Diagram
5.
b) Any occupied areas above the first floor,
including closets and storage spaces,
through which the vertical vent passes,
must be enclosed.
Galvanized pipe and elbows may be utilized
in the attic as well as above the roof line. The
galvanized finish is desirable above the roof
line due to its higher corrosion resistance.
Diagram 9
4) Assemble the desired lengths of black pipe and
elbows necessary to reach from the appliance
adaptor up though the Round Support Box.
Insure that all pipes and elbow connections
are in the fully twist-locked position and sealed.
Continue to add pipe sections through the
flashing until the height of the vent cap meets
the minimum height requirements specified
in Diagram 11 or local codes. Note that for
steep roof pitches, the vertical height must be
increased. A poor draft, or down drafting can
result from high wind conditions near big trees
or adjoining roof lines, in these cases, increasing
the vent height may solve the problem.
Diagram 12
Offset Chart
Diagram 11
NOTE: For best results and optimum performance with each approved venting
system, it is highly recommended to
apply “Mill-Pac” sealant (supplied) to
every inner pipe connection. Failure
to do so may result in drafting or
performance issues not covered
under warranty. Silicone (red RTV)
is optional.
5) Cut a hole in the roof centred on the small
drilled hole placed in the roof in Step 2. The hole
should be of sufficient size to meet the minimum
requirements for clearance to combustibles
of 1-1/4". Slip the flashing under the shingles
(shingles should overlap half the flashing) as
per Diagram 10.
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Roof Pitch
flat to 7/12
over 7/12 to 8/12
over 8/12 to 9/12
over 9/12 to 10/12
over 10/12 to 11/12
over 11/12 to 12/12
over 12/12 to 14/12
over 14/12 to 16/12
over 16/12 to 18/12
over 18/12 to 20/12
over 20/12 to 21/12
Minimum Vent Height
Feet
Meters
2
0.61
2
0.61
2
0.61
2.5
0.76
3.25
0.99
4
1.22
5
1.52
6
1.83
7
2.13
7.5
2.29
8
2.44
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
CONVERTING
CLASS-A METAL
CHIMNEY OR
MASONRY CHIMNEY
TO DIRECT
VENT SYSTEM
There are two different types of direct vent conversion systems listed below. Follow the appropriate
directions for your installation.
A) Through an existing factory built metal chimney
going through the ceiling: A typical conversion
of this type is shown in diagram 1. The concept
of direct vent conversion is to connect an adaptor to an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) listed
4 inch diameter aluminum flex pipe which is
then passed down through the center of the
existing metal chimney system. Three sizes
of Top Adaptors are available from Simpson
Dura-Vent. The Retro Connector is attached
to the bottom of the flex pipe. The Top Adaptor
and the Retro Connector are attached to the
existing chimney with sheet metal screws. The
appliance is then connected to the chimney
with appropriate black direct vent pipe and an
adjustable length section.
Approved for US Installations Only
The use of an existing chimney as an air intake is
not covered under the ANSI Z21.88a-2007, CSA
2.33a-2007 test methods and the resulting ITS/
WHI product certification. The code Authority
Having Jurisdiction must be consulted prior
to proceeding with this installation method.
Converting a Factory Built Metal
Chimney
4) Pass the flex pipe down through the center of
the chimney system, and center the adaptor
on the top of the chimney pipe. Drill four 1/8"
diameter holes through the adaptor and into
the chimney top. Insure that you are in fact,
drilling into the metal on the chimney. Twist-lock
the Termination Cap onto the Adaptor (refer to
Diagrams 3 and 4).
1) Remove the existing chimney cap.
2) Measure the distance from the top end of the
chimney to the bottom of the ceiling support
box, add 3" (76mm) to this measurement, and
cut a section of the 4" (102mm) flex pipe to that
length (the flex should already be extended to
its nominal length).
3) Connect the end of the flex pipe section to the
underside of the Top Adaptor using 3 sheet
metal screws (refer to Diagram 2).
B) Through the wall of an existing masonry
chimney: A typical conversion of an existing
masonry chimney is shown in Diagram 6. A Top
Adaptor and Flashing are used at the top of the
masonry chimney. The 4 inch aluminum liner is
connected to the adaptor and is passed down
the chimney and out through the masonry wall
and attached to the Retro Connector . The Retro
Connector is attached to the masonry wall and
then connected to the direct vent pipe leading
to the appliance.
Prior to installation and connection of the vent
system to a factory-built or masonry chimney,
the chimney must be inspected and thoroughly
cleaned by a qualified service person, such as
a certified chimney sweep or home inspection
service.
The direct vent system must not be connected
to a damaged factory-built or masonry chimney.
Termination
Cap
Diagram 3
Top Adaptor
Existing
Metal
Chimney
System
4" Aluminum
Flex Pipe
Retro
Connector
Any Simpson
Dura-Vent
black direct vent
pipe plus an
adjustable length
to make a
proper connection.
Diagram 4
5) Pull the flex pipe down through the ceiling
support box, until it protrudes approximately
3" (76mm). Connect the flex pipe to the Retro
Connector by slipping it into the 4-3/4" (121mm)
diameter sleeve on the top side of the Connector. Use 3 sheet metal screws to assemble
these two parts.
6) Push the flex pipe back up into the ceiling
support box, center the Retro Connector,
and attach it to the support box, or decorative
sleeve for double wall solid packed pipe, with
the sheet metal screws (supplied). The holes
in the Retro Connector are pre-punched (refer
to Diagram 5).
Diagram 1
For factory built, zero clearance, and masonry
chimneys cleanout doors and caps or plugs for
cleanout tee fittings and ash dumps shall be
secured in place and sealed before installing a
Direct Vent system within the chimney.
If the appliance shuts off during operation,
contact a qualified service person to determine
if a negative pressure and/or leaky chimney
condition exists. Do not operate the appliance
until the problem is corrected.
Diagram 5
Diagram 2
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
7) The connection between the appliance and
the Retro Connector may be completed with
sections of black direct vent pipe, together
with an adjustable length.
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INSTALLATION
CATHEDRAL CEILINGS
Round Support (RDS) &
Square Support (SQS)
If your home has a cathedral ceiling (no attic space
between the ceiling and the roof), install the chimney
and support as follows.
4) Assemble the desired lengths of Black Pipe
and Elbows necessary to reach from the appliance adaptor up through the support box
and flashing to proper height as per Diagram
12, local codes or the "Exterior Vent Terminal
Locations" section. Ensure that all pipe and
elbow connections are in their fully twist lock
position.
5) Ensure vent is vertical and secure flashing to
the roof with roofing nails. Slide the storm
collar over the pipe section and seal with a
mastic.
1) Situate the chimney in a convenient location as
near as possible to the appliance outlet. Cut
and frame a hole in the roof for the support.
The sides of this hole must be vertical with 1
1/4" (32mm) clearance.
6) Twist lock the vent cap on to the last section.
2) Place the support in the opening. Lower it to
the correct height as determined by the table
and diagram below.
Support Extensions - Round (RDSE)
or Square (SQSE)
Slope
"X"
0/12
- 2/12
4"
2/12
- 7/12
5-1/2"
7/12
- 12/12
6-3/4"
12/12 - 24/12
7-1/2"
24/12+
12-1/2"
Using a level, make sure the support is vertical. If the support extends above the roof,
cut it flush with the top of the roof. Nail the
support to the frame opening using (8) 3"
spiral nails or #8 x 1-1/2" screws.
Note: If you are using a 6" square support you
may find it difficult to screw it in place
because it is fairly small inside.
Simpson Dura-Vent has provided angle brackets with this support which can be screwed
to the outside of the support box and nailed
to surrounding framing as required. Use a
minimum of four #8 x 1/2" screws per bracket.
In some cases these brackets may need to
be trimmed (e.g.: to fit under a flashing).
Place the Finish Collar around the support
and fasten it to the ceiling using the screws
provided.
3) Use appropriate roof flashing. Place the
flashing under the upper shingles and on top
of the lower shingles approximately half of the
flashing should be under the shingles.
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Note: Prior to any pressure testing of the gas
supply piping system that exceeds test
pressures of 1/2 psig, this appliance must
be disconnected from the piping system.
If test pressures equal to or less than 1/2
psig are used then this appliance must
be isolated from the piping system by
closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during the testing.
SYSTEM DATA - H35-2
For 0 to 4500 feet altitude
Natural Gas
Max. Input Rating 36,000 Btu/h
Min. Input Rating 18,000 Btu/h
Orifice Size
#33 DMS
Steep pitched cathedral ceilings may require the
use of a support extension. This piece fits down
inside the support and can be adjusted to increase
the support's length by up to 22" (559mm). The
extension is attached to the support using the
eight metal screws provided. Be sure there is at
least a 2" (51mm) overlap where the extension
joins the support.
Convertible to:
Max. Input Rating 30,000 Btu/h
Min. Input Rating 14,300 Btu/h
Orifice Size
#37 DMS
HIGH ELEVATION
Convertible to:
Max. Input Rating 28,500 Btu/h
Min. Input Rating 15,000 Btu/h
Orifice Size
#52 DMS
This unit is approved in Canada for altitude to
4500 ft. (CAN/CGA-2.17-M91). For Natural Gas
installations above 4500 feet, follow current CAN/
CSA-B149.1.
GAS CONNECTION
The gas connection is a 3/8" NPT 90o elbow. The
gas line can be rigid pipe or to make installation
easier, use a listed flexible connector and/or copper
tubing if allowed by local codes. Since some municipalities have additional local codes it is always
best to consult with your local authorities and the
CAN/CSA B149.1 installation codes.
Propane
Max. Input Rating 34,000 Btu/h
Min. Input Rating 17,500 Btu/h
Orifice Size
#51 DMS
Supply Pressure
Natural Gas
Propane
min.
min.
5.0" w.c.
12.0" w.c.
Manifold Pressure
Natural Gas
Propane
3.8"
11"
+/- 0.2" w.c.
+/- 0.2" w.c.
For USA installations follow local codes and/or the
current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.
When using copper or flex connectors use only
approved fittings. Always provide a union so that
gas lines can be easily disconnected for burner
and/or valve servicing. Flare nuts for copper lines
and flex connectors are usually considered to
meet this requirement.
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS CHECK FOR
GAS LEAKS WITH A SOAP AND WATER SOLUTION OR GAS LEAK DETECTOR. DO NOT USE OPEN FLAME
FOR LEAK TESTING.
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INSTALLATION
AERATION
ADJUSTMENT
GAS PIPE
PRESSURE TESTING
The burner aeration is factory set but may need adjusting due to either the local gas supply, air supply
or altitude.
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system at test pressures equal
to or less than 1/2 psig. (3.45 kPa). Disconnect
piping from valve at pressures over 1/2 psig.
Natural Gas
1/4" (6.4 mm)
Propane
3/8" (9.5 mm)
The aeration adjustment gears are located on the
right side of the burner box. Remove the Hampton®
Logo plate on the right side of the unit to access the
adjustment gears.
The manifold pressure is controlled by a regulator
built into the gas control, and should be checked
at the pressure test point.
Note: To properly check gas pressure, both
inlet and manifold pressures should be
checked using the valve pressure ports
on the valve.
1) Make sure the valve is in the "OFF" position.
2) Loosen the "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure tap(s),
turning counterclockwise with a 1/8" wide flat
screwdriver.
3) Attach manometer to "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure tap(s) using a 5/16" ID hose.
To adjust the aeration: use the allen key to turn
the turning gear which will adjust the air shutter.
Open the air shutter for a blue flame or close it for
a yellower flame.
4) Light the pilot and turn the valve to "ON" position. Read manometer.
5) The pressure check should be carried out
with the unit burning and the setting should
be within the limits specified on the safety
label.
6) When finished reading manometer, turn
off the gas valve, disconnect the hose and
tighten the screw (clockwise) with a 1/8" flat
screwdriver. Note: Screw should be snug,
but not over tightened.
Valve Description
1) Gas on/off knob
2) Manual high/low adjustment
3) Pilot Adjustment
4) Thermocouple Connection
5) Main Operator
6) Outlet Pressure Tap (Manifold Pressure)
7) Inlet Pressure Tap (Supply Pressure)
8) Pilot Outlet
9) Main Gas Outlet
10) Flange Securing Screw Holes
11) Alternative TC Connection Point
12) Thermoelectric Unit
13) Additional Valve Mounting Hole
Clockwise to open,
counter-clockwise to close.
Caution: Carbon will be produced if the air shutter is closed too much.
Note: Any damage due to carboning resulting
from improperly setting the aeration
controls is NOT covered under warranty.
Note: Aeration Adjustment should only be
performed by an authorized Hampton®
Installer at the time of installation or
service.
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INSTALLATION
CONVERSION KIT #791-969 FROM NG TO LP
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED GAS FITTER
IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION !!
4)
Each Kit contains one LPG
Conversion Kit and one DC
Sparker Kit.
9)
Turn control knob to the “OFF”
position.
10) Remove the black protection cap by
hand from the high-low knob (Fig.1).
LPG Conversion Kit Contains:
Qty. Part #
Description
1
904-529
5/32" Allen Key
1
904-645
Burner Orifice #51
1
918-590
Label "Converted to
LPG"
1
908-528
Red "LPG" label
1
910-037
LP Injector (Pilot Orifice)
1
918-487
Instruction Sheet
DC Sparker Kit Contains:
Qty. Part #
Description
1
820-475
Bracket DC Sparker
1
820-476
Bracket DC Sparker
1
904-153
Washer #8 External Star
1
904-330
Nut 8-32 Hex
1
904-438
Plug Nylon 0.750 Hole,
Black (for H35 only)
1
904-531
Bushing Split Plastic
0.500 in.
1
904-543
Screw 8-32 x 3/4 Pan
Head
2
904-553
Screw #8 x 1/2 Type "B",
Black Oxide
1
910-073
Spark Generator Battery
Holder
1
910-074
Spark Generator Switch
C/W Wire
1
910-078
Battery Size AA
Energizer En91
2
910-199
Clip Wire Holder
1
910-903
Wire Fan To Power Cord
Ground 30 in.
904-781
Velcro Hook, Black
904-782
Velcro Hook, Black
Remove the 2 screws holding the Burner
Assembly to the firebox base. Push the
Burner Assembly to the left and lift out.
Remove the 2 screws, push Burner
Assembly to the left and lift out.
5)
Pull off the
pilot cap to
expose the
pilot orifice.
Fig. 1
11) Insert a 5/32” or 4mm Allen wrench
into the hexagonal key-way of the
screw (Fig. 2), rotate it counterclockwise until it is free and extract it.
6)
Unscrew the pilot orifice with the allen
key and replace with the LP pilot orifice in
the kit and replace pilot cap.
7)
Remove burner orifice with a 1/2" wrench
and discard. Use another wrench to hold
on to the elbow behind the orifice.
Fig.2
12) Check that the screw is clean and if
necessary remove dirt.
Installation of LPG
Conversion Kit:
1)
Shut off the gas supply.
2)
H35-2: Lift off the Cast Top and remove
the glass front. Also, open up the control
panel door.
P90-1: Remove the facade if it is installed. Remove the glass door (refer to
the glass door section in the manual).
3)
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Remove the logs, embers, and brick
panels (if used).
13) Flip the screw (Fig. 3).
Burner Orifice
8)
Reinstall new burner orifice LP stamped
#51 and tighten.
Fig.3
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INSTALLATION
14) Using the Allen wrench as shown in
Fig.4, rotate the screw clockwise until
snug, do not overtighten.
17) Reverse steps 4) to 2).
4)
Attach the DC sparker generator
connector to the valve with a screw.
5)
Remove the stove’s rear panel by unscrewing the two screws.
6)
Attach the ground wire to the grounding
stud.
18) Attach clear label "This unit has been
converted to LPG" near or on top of the
serial # decal.
19) Replace yellow "Natural Gas" label with
red "LPG" label.
Installation of the DC Sparker
for the H35-2 Units Only:
Fig.4
1)
WARNING!
Do not overtighten the screw.
Recommended to
grip the wrench by the short side.
Remove the control panel by unscrewing
the 2 screws.
15) Verify that if the conversion is from NG
to LPG, the screw must be reassembled
with the red o-ring visible (Fig. 5).
Red o-ring visible
LPG Configuration
2)
First, remove the Piezo Ignition Wire
from the Piezo Ignitor. Then remove the
Piezo Ignitor from the control panel.
Fig.5
16) Reassemble the black protection cap
(Fig. 6).
3)
Plug up the Piezo hole with the plastic
bushing.
Before
Fig. 6
WARNING!
Also check that the pilot and main
burner injectors
are appropriate for the gas type.
After
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INSTALLATION
7)
Attach the Piezo ignition wire to the DC
Sparker.
11) Attach the DC sparker generator wires to
the DC sparker.
Piezo
Ignitor
Installation of the DC Sparker
for the P90 Units Only:
1)
Locate the Piezo Ignitor situated at the
side of valve.
Piezo
Ignitor
12) Install the supplied battery into the DC
Sparker Box by opening the battery
compartment.
8)
Insert both the ground wire and the DC
sparker generator wire through the hole
of the DC spark heat shield.
2)
NOTE: The battery in the DC Sparker
Box will need to be replaced annually.
Battery
Compartment
Remove the Piezo Ignitor by unscrewing
the nut at the back of the mounting
bracket.
Ignitor
Wire
Piezo
Ignitor
9)
Install the plastic bushing over the
outside of the hole.
13) Attach the heat shield to the DC sparker,
then mount this onto the stove.
Note: We recommend attaching the
DC sparker box to the bottom rear of
the stove (or place this in a convenient
location, away from the heat source).
3)
Disconnect the ignitor wire from the
Piezo Ignitor and connect it to the DC
Sparker.
DC
Sparker
Ignitor
Wire
10) Attach the ground wire to the DC spark
mounting bracket.
4)
Connect the DC spark generator wires
to the SIT Valve with the screw, which is
provided in the kit.
14) Tie up the loose wire with the wire clip.
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INSTALLATION
5)
Locate the ground lug at the receptacle
box, left of the unit.
9)
Plug the DC spark generator wires to the
DC Sparker.
12) Mount the heat shield to the DC Sparker.
Secure into place with the velcro, which
is provided in the kit.
13) Find a location which is not too hot and
is easy to reach for changing the battery.
6)
Connect one end of the supplied green
ground wire to the lug with the nut and
washer from the kit.
10) Connect the ground wire to the DC
Sparker mounting bracket.
14) Tie up the loose wire with the wire clip.
Ground
wire from
kit
7)
Install the 1/2" bushing to the heat
shield.
15) Check for gas leaks.
16) Check inlet and outlet pressures.
11) Install the supplied battery into the DC
Sparker Box by opening the battery
compartment.
NOTE: The battery in the DC Sparker
Box will need to be replaced annually.
8)
Run the other end of the ground wire
and DC spark generator wires through
the bushing on the heat shield.
Battery
Compartment
17) Check operation of flame control.
18) Check for proper flame appearance and
glow on logs.
Installer Notice:
These instructions must
be left with the appliance.
Heat Shield
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INSTALLATION
CONVERSION KIT TO LOWER BTU RATING
NATURAL GAS - KIT #: 740-950 PROPANE - KIT # 740-952
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED GAS FITTER
IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION !!
Natural Gas Conversion Kit 740-950 Contains:
Qty. Part #
Description
1
904-240
Burner Orifice #37 (Natural Gas)
1
918-034
Decal "Converted to 30,000 Btu"
1
918-148
Instruction Sheet
5) Unscrew the 2 Rear Log Pins and move to the front hole position.
Propane Conversion Kit 740-952 Contains:
Qty. Part #
Description
1
904-390
Burner Orifice #52 (Propane)
1
918-149
Decal "Converted to 28,500 Btu"
1
918-148
Instruction Sheet
1) Shut off the gas supply.
2) Open the front door. Carefully remove the logs and lava rock. (Refer
to manual for more detailed instructions.)
3) Remove burner by removing 2 screws, sliding the burner to the left
and lift out. See diagram below.
6) Reinstall Rear Log Bracket.
7) Remove burner orifice with a 1/2" wrench and discard.
Note: Use a magnetic type screwdriver if possible.
4) Remove Rear Log Bracket by removing 2 screws. See diagram
below.
Burner Orifice
8) Reinstall new burner orifice (NG stamped #37 or LP stamped #52)
and tighten.
9) Reverse steps 3) and 2).
10) Set aeration setting. See settings under aeration adjustment in this
manual.
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INSTALLATION
12) Adjust Vent restrictor setting: To set the Vent
restriction as indicated in the diagram, simply
loosen the screws and push the vent restrictor
plate to the correct position. Tighten the screws.
Unit
Btu/h
Restrictor Opening
H35 - NG2
30,000
A
1-3/4" (45mm)
H35 - LP2
28,500
A
1-3/4" (45mm)
4) Before installing the side brick panels, loosen
the screws for the brick tabs enough so that you
can slide the brick tabs on to the screws easily
but that the tabs are secure. For the location
of the side brick tab screws see Diagram 1.
5) Put the side panels in next. Slide them in from
LOG SET
INSTALLATION
Read the instructions below carefully and refer
to the diagrams. If logs are broken do not use
the unit until they are replaced. Broken logs
can interfere with the pilot operation.
The gas log kit contains the following:
Brick
tab screw
Back
brick
panel
Side
brick
panel
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
02-43
02-56
02-44
02-46
02-45
02-47
02-48
Rear Log
Middle Left Log
Front Left Log
Left Top Log
Front Right Log
Center Log
Middle Right Log
Embers
Lava
Platinum Embers (supplied with
packaged manual)
A) 02-43
D) 02-46
G) 02-48
Diagram 1
Vent Restrictor setting at Low Btu
for Straight Horizontal Venting
the front and push them flat up against the
wall. Be very careful not to scratch them on
the firebox hardware.
13) Attach the label "This unit has been converted
to..." on top of the Serial # decal over the higher
Btu information.
C) 02-44 B) 02-56
14) Check for gas leaks.
15) Check inlet and outlet pressures.
16) Check operation of flame control. Check for
proper flame appearance and glow on logs.
OPTIONAL
BRICK PANEL
1) Remove the cast top and glass front (see Glass
Replacement section in this manual for instructions).
Left
Side
Panel
Right
Side
Panel
F) 02-47
E) 02-45
The "02" refer numbers (i.e. 02-43) are
molded into the rear of each log.
1) Carefully remove the logs from the box and
unwrap them. The logs are fragile, handle
with care - do not force into position.
6) Install the brick tabs (refer to Diagram 2).
Brick
Tab
Brick Tab
Screw
2) Lift off the Cast Top and remove the glass front
(refer to the "Glass Replacement" section in
this manual).
3) Sprinkle the embers on the left and right sides
of the firebox base.
2) Remove the log set if installed.
3) Insert the back brick panel first by carefully
slipping it between the back wall of the firebox
and the rear log bracket.
Diagram 2
Back Panel
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
Embers
Embers
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INSTALLATION
4) Place Rear Log A)02-43 on the two pins on
the rear log support.
A)02-43
8) Place the Left Top Log D)02-46 on the pin
on Log B)02-56 and on top of the cutout
on Log A)02-43.
12) Position notch in Front Right Log G)02-48 on
Log F)02-47 and push the bottom right edge
against the bracket on the burner tray.
A)02-43
D)02-46
A)02-43
G
)0
2-
7
48
F)02
-4
C)02-44
B)02-56
E)02-45
Pins on Rear Log Support
Cutout
Pin
5) Place the Middle Left Log B)02-56 on the
two pins as shown.
Notch
9) Place Front Right Log E)02-45 on the two
pins as shown.
E)02-45
B)02-56
G)02-48
Side View
Bracket
10) Place the lava rock in the area between
the left and right logs, leaving a space in
the middle for log (F) 02-47.
6) Sprinkle some lava rock just in front of B)
02-56 on the burner holes.
Separate platinum embers and place on
and around the lava rock. Avoid stacking
platinum embers.
The bottom right edge of Log G)02-48 must
sit snugly against the bracket. (Front Log
02-45 has been removed so that the bracket
can be seen.)
13) Test fire to ensure proper light off (make
sure flame flows smoothly from one end
of burner to the other. If there is any flame
hesitation, check that area for any blockage
of the burner port.
B)02-56
A)02-43
G
B)02-56
C)02-44
2-47
2-
48
F)0
D)
0
2-
46
)0
E)02-45
lava rock
7) Place Front Left Log C)02-44 onto the 2
front pins as shown.
C)02-44
11) Place the notch in Center Log F)02-47 over
Log E)02-45 and across the cutout on Log
A)02-43.
47
2-
0
F)
DOUBLE DOOR
REMOVAL
1) Remove the right door by unfastening the
2 right hinges (2 screws per hinge).
Repeat for the left door.
A)02-43
E)02-45
Notch
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL SIDE SHELVES INSTALLATION
1) Lift off the Cast Top.
3) Flip assembled shelf over - line up the bracket on the unit as
shown below.
Note: Orient the shelf so the support bracket is to the front of the
unit.
Front
Support Bracket
Line up to this edge
2) Assemble side shelf.
a) Attach front support to the underside of the side shelf with 2
screws as shown below.
4) Tighten screws (installed from step 2C) to secure the shelf - as shown
below.
.
9) Re-install the Glass Front and Cast Top.
b) Attach bracket to the underside of the side shelf with 2
screws as shown below.
Note: Do not tighten screws all the way.
5) Repeat steps 2- 4 for the other side.
6) Re-install the Cast Top.
7) After Cast top has been installed - the gap between the side shelf
and cast top can be adjusted by sliding it in or out. Once in final
position - tighten 2 screws (shown in step 2b) as shown below.
8) Repeat on other side.
c) Install 2 screws partially onto bracket in locations shown below in preparation for installation.
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INSTALLATION
WIRING DIAGRAMS
If any of the original wires as supplied with the
appliance must be replaced, it must be replaced
with CSA type SEW (200oC) or its equivalent.
This heater does not require a 120V A.C.
supply for operation. In case of a power failure,
the burner switch and the optional remote control/
thermostat will continue to operate. However, a
120V A.C. power supply is needed for the fan/
blower operation.
Caution: Ensure that the wires do
not touch any hot surfaces and are
away from sharp edges.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior
to disconnection when servicing
controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous
operation.
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.
For NATURAL GAS Units and Units NOT Equipped with DC Spark Boxes
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INSTALLATION
For PROPANE Units and Units Equipped with DC Spark Boxes*
*For installation of the DC Spark Box refer to the LP Conversion instructions in this manual.
WALL THERMOSTAT
A wall thermostat may be installed if desired.
Connect the wires as per the wiring diagrams.
Note that the wires are connected to the "TH" on
the gas valve. Use table below to determine the
maximum wire length:
CAUTION
Do not connect the millivolt
wall thermostat wires
to the 120V wires.
Thermostat Wire Table
REMOTE CONTROL
Note: Preferable if the thermostat is installed
on an interior wall.
Hampton® offers an optional programmable thermostat but any 250-750 millivolt rated non-anticipator
type thermostat that is CSA, ULC or UL approved
may be used.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
Recommended Maximum Lead Length
(Two-Wire) When Using Wall
Thermostat (CP-2 System)
Wire Size
Max. Length
14 GA.
50 Ft.
16 GA.
32 Ft.
18 GA.
20 Ft.
20 GA.
12 Ft.
22 GA.
9 Ft.
Use the Hampton® Remote Control Kit approved
for this unit. Use of other systems may void your
warranty.
The remote control kit comes with a hand held
transmitter, a receiver and a wall mounting plate.
1) Choose a convenient location on the wall to
install the receiver and the receptacle box
(protection from extreme heat is very important).
Run wires from the fireplace to that location,
use Thermostat Wire Table.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
2) Connect the wires as per the wiring diagram
below.
CAUTION
Do not connect the
millivolt remote control wires
to the 120V wires.
seen when lighting the unit - the logs have
been incorrectly positioned.
4) When the pilot stays lit, turn the gas knob further
counterclockwise to the "ON" position.
7) The unit should never be turned off, and on
again without a minimum of a 60 second
wait.
5) Use the thermostat or remote control to turn on
the unit.
6) Rotate the flame height regulator to adjust the
flame height higher or lower.
3) Install 3 AAA alkaline batteries in transmitter
and 4 AA alkaline batteries in the receiver.
Install the receiver and its cover in the wall.
Switch the remote receiver to "remote"
mode. The remote control is now ready for
operation.
SHUTDOWN
PROCEDURE
1) Use the thermostat or remote control to turn off
the main burner.
FINAL CHECK
2) Turn the main gas control clockwise to the
"OFF" position to turn off the pilot (push knob
in slightly).
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing
correctly. This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct firing rate (rate noted on label) at 15
minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to ensure
that the flame does not carbon. First allow
the unit to burn for 15 min. to stabilize.
3) Check for proper draft.
CAUTION
Any alteration to the product that causes
sooting or carboning that results in damage
to the exterior facia is not the responsibility
of the manufacturer.
LIGHTING
PROCEDURE
FIRST FIRE
IMPORTANT
To ignite or reignite the pilot,
the door to the firebox must
be opened.
Only when the pilot holds, without pressure
being applied to the control knob, should the
door to the firebox be closed. The unit must
never be operated with the glass or door
open.
NOTE: For all propane units and units
equipped with electric spark boxes, see
"Copy of Lighting Plate Instructions" section for more details.
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read and understand these instructions
before operating this appliance.
2) Check to see that all wiring is correct and
enclosed to prevent possible shock.
3) Check to ensure there are no gas leaks.
4) Make sure the glass in the door frame is
properly positioned. Never operate the appliance with the glass removed. Never strike
the glass or slam the door shut.
5) Verify that the venting and cap are unobstructed.
3) Turn off all electric power to appliance if service
is to be performed.
IMPORTANT: Gas on/off knob cannot be
turned from "PILOT" to "OFF" unless it is
partially depressed.
1) Turn stove OFF using the Burner "ON/OFF"
switch remote or thermostat.
2) Turn gas control knob so indicator points
to "OFF" position and allow 5 minutes for
any gas in the combustion chamber to
escape.
3) Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
so indicator points to the "PILOT" position.
Depress the gas control knob fully. Depress
the igniter button several times until the
pilot lights. After approximately one minute,
release the gas control knob. The pilot flame
should continue to burn. If the pilot does not
remain lit, repeat operation allowing a longer
period before releasing gas control knob.
The FIRST FIRE in your stove is part of the paint
curing process. To ensure that the paint is properly
cured, it is recommended that you burn your fireplace
for at least four (4) hours the first time you use it with
the fan on. When first operated, the unit will release
an odour caused by the curing of the paint and the
burning off of any oils remaining from manufacturing. Smoke detectors in the house may go off at this
time. Open a few windows to ventilate the room for
a couple of hours. The glass may require cleaning.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE GLASS WHILE
IT IS STILL HOT!
Note: When the glass is cold and the appliance
is lit, it may cause condensation and fog
the glass. This condensation is normal
and will disappear in a few minutes as
the glass heats up.
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE WITHOUT THE GLASS FRONT IN PLACE.
During the first few fires, a white film may
develop on the glass front as part of the curing process. The glass should be cleaned or
the film will bake on and become very difficult
to remove. Use a non-abrasive cleaner and
NEVER clean the glass while it is hot.
6) Verify log placement. If the pilot cannot be
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COPY OF THE LIGHTING PLATE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
NFPA 54, or Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, CSA B149.1. (Australia: A S5601-2004, New Zealand: NZS 5261)
1/
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage,
or additional information consult a qualified installer, service agency or gas supplier.
A) This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted by hand, following the instructions below exactly.
B) BE FORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than
air and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
Do not try to light any appliance
Do not touch any electric switch, do not use any phone in your building
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
try to
C) Us
repair it, call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D) Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and
to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
E) Thisappliance needs fresh air for safe operation and must be installed so there are provisions adequate combustion + ventilation air.
. Keep burner
appliance.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
FOR UNITS NOT EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC SPARK:
1) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to
“OFF”. Knob cannot be turned from “PILOT” to “OFF” unless
knob is pushed in slightly. Do not force.
OFF
PILOT BURNER
VEILLEUSE
THERMOPILE
ELEMENT
THERMOELECTRIQUE
FOR ALL PROPANE UNITS AND
UNITS EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC SPARK BOXES:
1) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to “PILOT” position.
2) Push in control knob all the way and hold in untilthe pilot lights
up. Continue to hold the control knob in for about 20 seconds
after the pilot is lit. Release knob.
3) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to "ON" position.
4) Turn ON the flame switch.
2) Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you then smell gas
STOP! follow “B” in the safety information above on this label. If
you don’t smell gas, go to the next step.
3) Tu rn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to “PILOT”.
4) Pu sh in control knob all the way and hold in. Immediately push
black button on spark igniter until pilot lights. Continue to hold the
control knob in for about 1/2 minute after the pilot is lit. Release
knob and it will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes out,
repeat steps 3) and 4).
If knob does not pop up when released, stop and immediately call
your service technician or gas supplier.
If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control
knob to “OFF” and call your service technician or gas supplier.
5) Tu rn gas control knob counterclockwise
to “ON”.
6) Us e rocker switch to operate main burner.
TO TURN OFF GAS APPLIANCE
1) Turn off the flame switch.
to “OFF”. Do not force.
2) Push in the gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
3) Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.
You may shut off the pilot during prolonged non use periods to conserve fuel.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS INSTRUCTION PLATE
ADJUSTING FLAME
HEIGHT
Your heater has an adjustable flame to tailor the
look and heat output to your specific needs. It
is adjusted by turning the flame adjustment dial
on the gas control valve.
Turn clockwise to adjust the flame higher, counterclockwise for a lower flame.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
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AUTOMATIC
CONVECTION
FAN OPERATION
The fan operates automatically - turn the knob at
the top right rear corner to adjust to the desired
speed. The fan will turn on as the stove comes
up to operating temperature. After the unit has
been turned off and the unit cooled to below a
useful heat output range the fan will shut off
automatically.
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MAINTENANCE
NORMAL OPERATING
SOUNDS OF
GAS APPLIANCES
It is possible that you will hear some sounds from
your gas appliance. This is perfectly normal due
to the fact that there are various gauges and types
of steel used within your appliance. Listed below
are some examples. All are normal operating
sounds and should not be considered as defects
in your appliance.
Blower:
Hampton® gas appliances use high tech blowers
to push heated air farther into the room. It is not
unusual for the fan to make a "whirring" sound
when ON. This sound will increase or decrease
in volume depending on the speed setting of your
fan speed control.
Burner Tray:
The burner tray is positioned directly under the
burner tube(s) and logs and is made of a different gauge material from the rest of the firebox
and body. Therefore, the varying thicknesses of
steel will expand and contract at slightly different
rates which can cause "ticking" and "cracking"
sounds. You should also be aware that as there
are temperature changes within the unit these
sounds will likely re-occur. Again, this is normal
for steel fireboxes.
Blower Thermodisc:
When this thermally activated switch turns ON
it will create a small "clicking" sound. This is the
switch contacts closing and is normal.
Pilot Flame:
While the pilot flame is on it can make a very slight
"whisper" sound.
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valve turns ON and OFF, a
dull clicking sound may be audible, this is normal
operation of a gas regulator or valve.
Unit Body/Firebox:
Different types and thicknesses of steel will expand
and contract at different rates resulting in some
"cracking" and "ticking" sounds will be heard
throughout the cycling process.
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Always turn off the valve before cleaning. For
relighting, refer to lighting instructions. Keep
the burner and control compartment clean by
brushing and vacuuming at least once a year.
When cleaning the logs, use a soft clean paint
brush as the logs are fragile and easily damaged.
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2) Clean glass (never when unit is hot), appliance,
and door with a damp cloth. Never use an
abrasive cleaner.
3) The heater is finished in a porcelain finish or
with a heat resistant paint and should only be
refinished with heat resistant paint (not with
wall paint).
Never use an abrasive cleaner on the porcelain
finish as it may scratch the surface.
4) Make a periodic check of burner for proper position and condition. Visually check the flame of
the burner periodically, making sure the flames
are steady; not lifting or floating. If there is a
problem, call a qualified service person.
5) CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous operation.
6) The appliance and venting system must be
inspected before use, and at least annually,
by a qualified field service person, to ensure
that the flow of combustion and ventilation air
is not obstructed.
During the annual service call, the burners
should be removed from the burner tray and
cleaned. Replace the embers but do not block
the pilot.
7) Keep the area near the appliance clear and
free from combustible materials, gasoline, and
other flammable vapours and liquids.
WARNING: CHILDREN AND ADULTS
SHOULD BE ALERTED TO THE
HAZARDS OF HIGH SURFACE
TEMPERATURE AND SHOULD STAY
AWAY TO AVOID BURNS OR CLOTHING IGNITION. YOUNG CHILDREN
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE IN THE
SAME ROOM AS THE APPLIANCE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE
PLACED ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
CAUTION: ANY SAFETY SCREEN
OR GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN APPLIANCE MUST BE
REPLACED PRIOR TO OPERATING
THE APPLIANCE.
8) Each time the appliance is lit, it may cause condensation and fog the glass. This condensation
and fog is normal and will disappear in a few
minutes as the glass heats up.
Never operate the appliance without the
glass properly secured in place.
9) Periodically check the pilot flames. Correct
flame pattern has three strong blue flames: 1
flowing around the thermopile and 1 around the
thermocouple, and 1 flowing across the rear of
the burner (it does not have to be touching the
burner).
Note: If you have an incorrect flame pattern,
contact your Hampton® dealer for further
instructions.
Top View of pilot flame
Incorrect flame pattern will have small, probably
yellow flames, not coming into proper contact with
the rear of the burner or thermopile.
DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE IF
ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER WATER. IMMEDIATELY CALL A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO
INSPECT THE APPLIANCE AND TO
REPLACE ANY PART OF CONTROL
SYSTEM AND ANY GAS CONTROL
WHICH HAS BEEN UNDER WATER.
Top View of pilot flame
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
MAINTENANCE
GENERAL VENT
MAINTENANCE
2) Open the 2 latches of the Glass Front.
3) Lift the Glass Front Assembly up.
Conduct an inspection of the venting system semiannually. Recommended areas to inspect as follows:
1) Check the Venting System for corrosion in areas
that are exposed to the elements. These will
appear as rust spots or streaks, and in extreme
cases, holes. These components should be
replaced immediately.
FAN MAINTENANCE
If your fan requires maintenance or replacement,
access to the fan is through the rear access panel
on the back of the unit. NOTE: the unit MUST
NOT be operated without the fan access panel
securely in place and correctly sealed.
IMPORTANT: These fans collect a lot of dust
from within your home. Ensure you maintain
these fan motors on a regular basis by vacuuming out the fan squirrel cages, around the motor,
and around the grills on the back of the stove.
2) Remove the Cap, and shine a flashlight down the
Vent. Remove any bird nests, or other foreign
material.
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.
3) Check for evidences of excessive condensation, such as water droplets forming in the inner
liner, and subsequently dripping out the joints,
Continuous condensation can cause corrosion
of caps, pipe, and fittings. It may be caused by
having excessive lateral runs, too many elbows,
and exterior portions of the system being exposed to cold weather.
4) Inspect joints, to verify that no pipe sections or
fittings have been disturbed, and consequently
loosened. Also check mechanical supports such
as Wall Straps, or plumbers' tape for rigidity.
IMPORTANT
Disconnect power supply
before servicing
LOG REPLACEMENT
Latches
The unit should never be used with broken logs. Turn
off the gas valve and allow the unit to cool before
opening door to carefully remove the logs. The pilot
light generates enough heat to burn someone. If for
any reason a log should need replacement, you
must use the proper replacement log. The position
of these logs must be as shown in the diagram
under Log Installation.
4) Remove the glass and replace with the new
glass.
To remove fan:
1) Unplug or disconnect power source to stove.
2) Remove the 6 screws holding the access panel
in place.
Note: Improper positioning of logs may create
carbon build-up and will alter the unit’s
performance which is not covered under
warranty.
GLASS
REPLACEMENT
Your stove is supplied with high temperature, 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 door from an authorized Hampton®
dealer only, and follow our step-by-step instructions
for replacement.
5) Replace the door and Cast Top.
Replacement Part # 940-324 Glass
WARNING: Do not operate appliance
with glass panel removed, cracked
or broken. Replacement of the glass
should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
1) Lift off the Cast Top.
Note: Wearing gloves will protect your hands
while handling glass.
Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
3) Unclip the black and white wires from the fan
motor.
4) Lift fan off of the 2 pins, tip back and pull through
rear panel. Do not tear or damage the flex pipe
when removing the fan. Disconnect the green
ground wire from the right side of the fan as
soon as you can reach it.
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MAINTENANCE
3) Disconnect gas line to stove.
11) Carefully lift the burner tray assembly out.
4) Disconnect 3/8" NPT pipe from 90o elbow on
valve.
5) Disconnect the two (2) switch wires from valve.
6) Disconnect piezo wire.
Replacing the Fan:
Reverse the above steps (1 - 4). Make sure the
fan wires and the ground wire are reattached.
Hint for pushing fan down onto pins - rub a
bit of dish soap on the grommet so it will slide
more easily onto the pin. Check to make sure
the fan is seated properly on the pins - try to
move the fan back and forth, there should be
no noise, if there is check that the grommets
haven't come loose.
7) Lift off the Cast Top and lift out the front door.
8) Carefully remove the logs, embers and rockwool.
12) To replace the burner tray assembly, simply
reverse these instructions.
To remove valve from valve assembly, continue.
9) Remove burner (see diagram below).
13) Remove two (2) thermopile wires.
14) Remove thermocouple with a 9 mm (metric)
wrench.
15) Remove pilot nut with an 11 mm wrench.
16) Remove valve to orifice nut with a 13/16" wrench.
17) Remove inlet pipe with pipe wrench. Note
orientation of 90o elbow.
REMOVING VALVE
If your valve requires maintenance or replacement, use the following instructions:
Note: Always close off the gas supply before
removing the valve.
1) If optional fan is installed, disconnect power
source to stove.
2) Remove access panel.
Note: Use a
magnetic type
screwdriver if possible.
18) Remove two (2) phillips head M5 screws on
each side of the valve.
19) Remove valve and remove gas out 90o brass
fitting. Note orientation of fitting.
10) Remove all 18 screws holding the burner tray
assembly in place.
INSTALLING
VALVE ASSEMBLY
1) To install a new valve assembly, reverse instructions for removing valve. See assembly steps
1-12.
2) Check for leaks and manifold pressure. See
Gas Pressure Test instructions.
3) To reinstall valve, reverse instructions for removing valve assembly, steps 13-19.
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Hampton® H35-2 Direct Vent Freestanding Gas Stove
PARTS LIST
MAIN ASSEMBLY
Part #
9)
12)
15)
16)
740-20**
740-21**
740-22**
740-23**
740-25**
740-26**
740-24**
948-219
904-209
740-066
Description
Casting - Top
Casting - Left Side
Casting - Right Side
Casting - Front
Casting - Double Door -L
Casting - Double Door -R
Casting - Leg
Hampton® Logo Plate
Concealed Hinge
Cast Door Catch - Top
18)
19)
22)
23)
24)
25)
740-542
740-051
740-055
41225
940-324/P
740-056
948-255
Front Door Assembly
Door Support
Door Frame
Gasket - Tadpole
Replacement Glass
Glass Bracket
Latch
26)
27)
740-548
740-059
Relief Door Assembly
Gasket - Mounting Relief
39)
*
Firebox
44)
45)
730-029
740-048
Baffle Restrictor Assembly
Restrictor
Baffle for Firebox
46)
47)
*
*
Heat Exchanger Assy
Transition Box Assy
50)
51)
52)
53)
54)
W260260
942-117
W260280
290-021
*
Top Relief Door Assembly
Top Relief Frame Gasket
Top Relief Frame
Top Relief Plate Gasket
Top Relief Plate
Capscrew 1/4 x 1-3/4 NC
55)
*
56)
W842051
57)
W260108
1)
3)
4)
5)
6)
61)
Description
Direct Vent Adaptor
Part #
945F
Rear Panel Assembly
Wire Tie Wrap
Wire Tie Mount Button
High Temperature Wire
Harness - Fan End
Grommet for Power Cord
Rear Panel
Rear Control Panel
Burner ON/OFF Switch
Hole Plug 0.375
Fan Access Panel
Fan Thermodisc
Auto On/Off
Decal-Rear Control Panel
114) *
115) *
118) 910-897
119)
134)
135)
136)
137)
138)
139)
*
740-049
260-037
910-241
*
630-021
910-233
908-106
260-917
141) 910-331/P
143) 910-330
144) 904-569
910-794
Description
Manual
Part #
918-518
*Note: Not available as a replacement part.
**Last digit of part number indicates colour:
1=Charcoal Grey, 5=Majolica Brown,
7=Seaside Sand
8- Midnight Blue
Fan Assembly (Option)
Fan Blower
Fan Speed Control (120 V)
Knob - Fan Speed Control
Power Cord (120 V)
1
143
54
54
134
53
144
137
136
135
61
52
3
51
115
138
56
50
48
57
59
55
46
58)
630-009
59)
*
Gasket - Transition Box/Air
Passage
Gasket - Upper Air
Passage Top
Gasket - Upper Air
Passage Bottom
Gasket - Lower Air
Passage
Upper Air Passage Assy
114 119
25
44
44
25
45
141
47
139
58
39
118
4
18
27
24
9
26
9
9
12
23
22
19
16
17
5
9
15
6
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PARTS LIST
BURNER & LOG ASSEMBLY
Part #
740-574/P
740-576/P
910-478
904-689
904-645
910-190
908-672
490-061
910-897
Description
936-170
910-038
910-039
730-041
W840470
*
*
*
*
730-528
Valve Assembly S.I.T. - Natural Gas
Valve Assembly S.I.T. - Propane
Valve S.I.T. - NG/LP
#33 Orifice - N.G.
#51 Orifice - LP
Piezo Ignitor & Nut
Control Panel Decal
Switch Plate
High Temperature Wire
Harness (Fan End)
Orifice Gasket
Pilot Assy-SIT-3 flame-NG
Pilot Assy-SIT-3 flame-LP
Pilot Holder
Pilot Assembly Gasket
Valve Shield
Valve Bracket
Valve Gasket
Front Support
Rear Log Bracket Assy
402-935
740-572
730-550
Log Set
Ember Package
Burner Assy
740-546
*
740-902
740-901
Base Assembly
Base Plate
Brick Panel Set Red
Brick Panel Set Red
83)
84)
400-090
948-042
85)
260-056
Brick Clip
Hinge of Valve
Access Door
Valve Access Door
86)
260-565
87)
88)
89)
904-700
630-008
260-560
90)
*
Air Shutter Gear
Assembly - Female
T-Handle Hex Key 3/16"
Burner Tray Firebox Gasket
Air Shutter Gear Assembly
- Male
Burner Box
791-969
Conversion Kit from Natural Gas to Propane
60)
63)
64)
65)
66)
67)
68)
69)
70)
71)
72)
73)
75)
78)
79)
*Note: Not available as a replacement part.
83
83
BRICK PANEL SET
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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
External casting, not directly in contact with the fire, such as hobs, sides, ash lips, legs, fronts and fire doors, 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.
The combustion chamber, heat exchanger, burner tubes/pans and logs are covered under the Limited Lifetime Warranty for five (5) years for parts and subsidized labour*
and parts only thereafter.
Glass is covered for lifetime against thermal breakage only, parts and subsidized labour* for five (5) years and parts only thereafter from date of purchase.
Electrical and mechanical components such as blowers, switches, wiring, thermodiscs, FPI remote controls, spill switches, thermopiles, thermocouples, pilot assembly
components, and gas valves are covered for two years parts and one year subsidized labour* from the date of purchase. Blowers and valves replaced under warranty 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.
FPI venting components are covered parts and subsidized labour* for three (3) years from date of purchase.
Simpson Dura-Vent venting components are covered by Simpson Dura-Vent Inc. warranty.
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.
All claims must be submitted to FPI by authorized selling dealers. It is essential that all submitted claims provide all of the necessary information including customer name,
purchase date, serial #, type of unit, problem, and part or parts requested, without this information the warranty will be invalid.
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.
Embers, door and glass, 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.
Products made or provided by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this appliance without prior authorization from FPI, may nullify your warranty on this product.
Any alteration to the unit which causes sooting or carboning that results in damage to the interior / exterior facia is not the responsibility of FPI.
* Subsidy according to job scale as predetermined by FPI.
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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 door.
Regency Fireplace Products is pleased to extend
this Limited Lifetime Warranty to the original
purchaser of a Hampton® Product.
See the inside back cover for details.
Register your Hampton® online at
http://www.hampton-fire.com
Installer: Please complete the following information
Dealer Name & Address: ______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
Installer: ___________________________________________________________
Phone #: ___________________________________________________________
Date Installed: ______________________________________________________
Serial No.: __________________________________________________________
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