Harman Advance Pellet Stove Manual

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Harman Advance Pellet Stove Manual

Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine Next This also allows the operatorPage 6 Manual Start UpPage 7 ESP ControlPage 9 Removing Side Doors for InstallationPage 10 Low Draft Voltage AdjustmentPage 11 Room Sensor and Air Grill InstallationThis causes a nega-. Page 13 VentingPage 14 VentingPage 15 VentingPage 16 VentingPage 17 VentingPage 20 Maintenance - Cleaning Glass on View DoorPage 22 Maintenance - Flame Guide and Brick PanelPage 28 Advance Wiring DiagramPage 31 Harman Gold Warranty. FOr YOur SAFETY, FOllOw ChEz vOTrE CONCESSIONNAIrE dE hArmAN FOr uSE IN ThE u.S. ANd CANAdA. SuITAblE FOr INSTAllATION IN mObIlE hOmES IF ThIS hArmAN STOvE IS NOT PrOPErlY INSTAllEd, A hOuSE FIrE mAY rESulT. FOr YOur SAFETY, FOllOw INSTAllATION dIrECTIONS. CONTACT lOCAl buIldINg Or FIrE OFFICIAlS AbOuT rESTrICTIONS ANd INSTAllATION INSPECTION rEQuIrEmENTS IN YOur ArEA. Harman Advance Pellet Stove This unit is equipped with several different safety devices which will be explained later in this manual. The automatic system will allow the fire size to be adjusted to match the heating needs and even put the fire out if necessary. If heat is needed after the fire is out, the Advance will automatically re-ignite and adjust the fire size to match the heating need. The power light should be the only light lit. To avoid unwanted smoke, be sure there is no fuel or combustibles in the ash pan prior to lighting. The power light should be the only light lit. To avoid unwanted smoke, be sure there is no fuel Fig. Several issues must be addressed when selecting a suitable location for your Advance Pellet Stove. Observing required clearances to combustible materials, the proximity to a safe chimney or venting system, and the accessibility of electrical supply must all be considered. In addition,. Move the bottom of Fig. The small straight screwdriver slot is plastic; therefore, the unit can be adjusted while in operation.This sensor Assembly up under the stove top edge.

One inch from the wall is safe; however, two or three inches allows better access to remove the rear panel. This method also provides natural draft in the event of a power failure.This method also provides natural draft in the event of a power failure. In Canada and some places in the US it is required that the vent pipe extend all the way to the top of the chimney. CAuTION INSTAll vENT AT ClEArANCES SPECIFIEd ThE STruCTurAl INTEgrITY OF ThE. Figure 29 Open side doors. Figure 30 Release spring latches on the right and left side of the ash pan. Fig. The excess will be pushed out during the next use. Brick panel holder Figure 42 Burn pot While holding the brick panel up with one hand, remove the flame guide from the top of the burn pot. Figure 45 Rotate the retainer cover handle counter-clockwise upward as far as it will go (approximately 90 Figure 46. There are 2 high limits, (draft) in the firebox. WARRANTY COVERAGE: HHT warrants to the original owner of the HHT appliance at the site of installation, and to any transferee taking ownership of the appliance at the site of installation within two years following the date of original purchase, that the HHT appliance. When requesting service or replacement Stocked parts for your appliance please provide model number and serial number. All parts listed in this manual may be ordered from an authorized dealer. When requesting service or replacement parts for Stocked your appliance please provide model number and serial number. All parts listed in this manual may be ordered from an authorized dealer. When requesting service or replacement Stocked parts for your appliance please provide model number and serial number. When requesting service or replacement Stocked parts for your appliance please provide model number and serial number. When requesting service or replacement Stocked parts for your appliance please provide model number and serial number. All parts listed in this manual may be ordered from an authorized dealer.

The listing approves up to a 50% corn and 50% pellet mixture. Different mixtures of corn will have distinctively different burn characteristics depending upon moisture content and variety. It includes a trickle charge feature that keeps your battery charged when power is available. This powerful heating appliance boasts uncompromising attention to detail and helps preserve our planet by using environmentally responsible fuels. (Signature of Boxer) Your premium quality hearth product designed and assembled by the experienced and skilled members at Harman in Halifax, PA, USA. Burning of In no event will HHT be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in the appliance. Some states do not allow exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.Other components may not allow your stove to operate as it was intended.Damp pellet fuel could using fuel with higher ash or mineral content.When the room sensor calls for heat, the appliance IN THIS HEATER.If the appliance is set at one of the lower SUCH AS GASOLINE, NAPHTHA OR ENGINE OIL.CAUTION Figure 4.4. Set feed limit knob to desired setting and turn mode dial to “Room Temp” or “Constant burn” Figure 4.5. Odors and vapors released during initial operation.Odors may be irritating to sensitive individuals. 5. The fuel feed system and the igniter should now be on. 6. Once the appliance has ignited, let it burn for approximately 7-10 minutes.When this happens, the unit will need to be turned to the off position and restarted. If needed, follow the instructions in Section A “Starting Your First Fire”.This will cause the fire to diminish and burn out. When the fire burns out and the stove cools down everything will stop. If you pull the plug to shut down the stove, all motors will stop.

This may cause incomplete combustion and smoke in the firebox. If the load door is opened, the smoke may escape. The best way to shut down the stove is simply let it run out of pellets, the stove will shut down automatically. This setting will produce continuous maximum heat output with the distribution blower at full speed.Clean more frequently if you encounter heavy build-up of ash at the recommended interval or you see soot coming from the vent. Not properly cleaning your appliance on a regular basis will void your warranty.Set the glass panel and gasket gently onto the door. Install the glass clips and tighten. Glass - Cleaning Sometimes it will be necessary to clean accumulated ash from the glass surface; allowing this ash to remain on the glass for long periods can result in “etching” due to the acidity of the ash. Never clean the glass while it is hot, and do not use abrasive substances. Wash the surface with cool water, and rinse thoroughly. You may wish to use a non-abrasive cleaner specifically designed for use on stove glass. In any case, dry thoroughly before relighting your stove.Keep in mind the ESP Sensor is located just inside the exhaust Combustion Intake Cover passage Figure 5.16. Be sure not to damage the ESP Sensor Figure 5.13 while cleaning this area.Before using the appliance, have the venting system thoroughly inspected and replace any damaged components.If the high limit and one backup high limit. The control has an automatic draft becomes too low for proper combustion, the switch opens, diagnostic circuit that continuously monitors the ESP and Room cutting power to the feed motor and the igniter circuits. This switch Sensor for faults. If a fault should occur, the control sends a status is connected into the AC (high voltage) wiring.Operation will begin when the operation.Contact your dealer if you have questions about UPS compatibility with your appliance.

We sell the Anderol synthetic bearing oil for Fasco and other pellet stove blower motors that require oil lubric. Fits Many Stove Models (see compatible stoves tab). For both Harman pellet and woo. Compatible Stoves: Accentra Inser. Was formally a 15 Fin.works with all Harman models listed. View our. This stove part fits many Harman stove mode. If your stove has a BLACK ESP probe yo. Combustion blower issues. If y. Set contains 1 knob and 1 shaft. This burn pot scraper is used to scrap the ash and creosote from the Harman burn. Exhaust thermister probe. ESP, Black WireDoor Gasket byHarman Pellet Stoves. Door Rope. Tadpole style gasketNot. Exhaust sensing Probe RED WIRE, This part is NOT interchangeable with the Black Wire Thermister Probe. Absolute 63 (2 Require. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Now, let's have some fun and stay warm. How your stove works - The facts are pretty straightforward, but how you get people to properly interpret the facts is the hard part. It's your toy, run it the way you want as long as you understand what's going on behind the scenes. Everything noted below is based on me seeing what the stove is doing via the Harman diagnostic tool during the various operation methods. I get to see feed rates, max feed rates, current ESP temps, ESP set temps, room sensor temperatures, room sensor target temperatures, knob positions, switch positions, etc. Here are the facts: Stove temp - 100% driven the the ESP (temperature probe in stove exhaust flow). Temp dial corresponds to a fixed ESP temperature. In stove temp the stove doesn't care what the room temp is, only the ESP temp. The room might be 60 or 90 degrees doesn't matter, all it cares about is maintaining an ESP temp of 300.The stove will not shut off in stove temp regardless of whether the igniter switch is set to auto or manual.

Stove temp, switch to manual - I call this fireplace mode. Distribution fan will not turn on unless the temp knob is set to 5 or higher. This is designed to give a nice fire, but not a ton of heat in the room. Most goes up the chimney. Stove temp, switch to auto - distribution fan operates normally to push heat into the room, regardless of stove or room temperature. There is a caveat to this, if you have your room temp set to 1 (very low) then the distribution blower might shut off because the ESP temperature is below the lowest setting allowed for the distribution blower to run. Room Temp - The stove is 100% driven by the room temp sensor. The stove will automatically adjust feed and ESP temp to achieve the room temp set point. If it's 20 degrees outside, your heat load is high and the stove will feed more pellets to get the ESP temp hot enough to maintain room temperature set point. If it's 60 degrees outside, the stove will feed as little as possible and keep as low an ESP temp as possible to maintain room temperature. Igniter switch to manual, stove will go into maintenance burn in between calls for heat - prevents igniter cycling, might use a few more pellets in this mode.maybe. Igniter switch to auto, stove will initiate the shut down process in between calls for heat - igniter could cycle several times per day, depends on set point and heat load. If there is a call for heat during the shutdown process, the stove will start feeding pellets provided that the ESP temperature didn't go below the low limit. So, on really cold days, the stove might not shut off, even if it's on auto. This is a tricky subject due to the sheer number of variables that can contribute to success or lack there of. Ideally, you want the tip of the probe in an area that is not subject to drafts, direct sun or areas that could lead to heat soak from the stove or areas that make it tough to calibrate like basement concrete floors.

Ideally, you want the probe on an inside wall (no drafts), away from concrete and fairly far from the stove, even if you need to extend the wire. If the probe is where you are, then the stove can work to keep an even temp that works for you. If your set on having the dial temp correspond with the room temp, you will need to experiment for a while until you find the most reliable place for the probe to stay. Maybe 78 on the temp knob gives you a steady 72 degrees, no worries, just keep in mind that the probe reads 6 degrees high and do the simple math if you feel like adjusting the temp. Either way, you need to be smarter than the probe, since it does nothing more or less than reading the temp where it resides. If either option above doesn't suit your needs, you can ditch the way Harman wants you to run the stove and install a simple thermostat to control the room temperature. The stove will select a feed rate based on the actual temperature and target call for heat. The larger the temperature delta (actual room temp vs.A 2 degree delta might only result in a feed rate of 20 seconds per minute even though the feed rate max dial is set to 4 (or 40 seconds per minute). The stove can vary the feed rate between 2.5 seconds per minute and the max feed rate you set. A feed rate of 6 would represent continuous feeding if the ESP wasn't seeing sufficient temperatures to satisfy the call for heat.When up to temp the stove will regulate itself form 2.5 seconds per minute of feed up to the limit you set. If pellets are bulging and close to the edge, you might not turn them to ash before spilling over the edge, wasting energy. This too should be evaluated when the stove is running WIDE OPEN. At night with a flashlight, you'll always see smoke. During the day, smoke is rated based on opacity or how easily you can see through it. Startup might be 50% opacity or fairly heavy smoke. If you are 10% or less (barely visible), that's reasonable and you aren't really wasting anything.

If you have to struggle to see it, you're probably good. Setting your feed rate too low doesn't save pellets and stove performance will suffer since your inhibiting the ESP from reaching target temps. Setting your feed rate too low is like putting a brick underneath the gas pedal of your car. Don't be tempted to set your feed rate too low. So there's the facts, interpret away.Go to the link below if you are interested in testing the heat output of various pellets. Since Harman stoves have an ESP (temperature sensor in the exhaust) you have to cheat a little to override the ESP in order to let the pellets determine the heat output. Don't get me wrong, the ESP is, in a lot of ways, what makes a Harman a Harman, so this is just to have fun if you want to jump on the pellet testing craze. Auto or Manual???? - go to the link below for a thread that touches on this option. And did a much better job than the manual! Thanks! In other words avoiding a manual start with gel, but then flicking to manual simply to avoid cycling the igniter all day. Make sense? In other words avoiding a manual start with gel, but then flicking to manual simply to avoid cycling the igniter all day. Make sense?You will find that your room temp may be a bit higher than you have the temp set on the stove, but you can compensate for that by reducing the temp on your stove I find if I set for 65 room temp, start on auto and switch to manual, that my room temp is about 3 to 5 degrees higher. And you don't have to wait 10 -15 minutes t switch to manual. You can do this as soon as you have ignition and the igniter turns off. In other words avoiding a manual start with gel, but then flicking to manual simply to avoid cycling the igniter all day. Make sense?Just verify your igniter light is on and walk away. Simple. Just verify your igniter light is on and walk away. Simple. All Harman pellet units can utilize a setback thermostat. The thermostat must be: 1. Millivolt compatible 2. Have gold contacts 3.

be low voltage 4. be low current Harman reccommends the following Honeywell units for this use: RTH230B RTH6300B If there is a jumper between Rh and Rc, it must be removed from the terminal block of the thermostat. The thermostat must be connected in series with the room sensing probe using the Rh and W terminals of the thermostat. Except with the P38, which has no room sensing probe, the set-back thermostat MUST be used in conjunction with the room sensing probe.The stove room-sensing probe will control room temperature, so set the desired room temp on the stoves temp dial. Unoccupied Mode: (noones home) Program the thermostat to the desired set-back temp. When the thermostat opens (is satisfied) the stove will go into a 4-blink status. When the thermostat closes (calls for heat) the 4-blink status will reset and the stove will ignite. If the stove is a manual ignition model, or an auto-igniting unit with the selector switch set to manual, the stove will go into the 4-blink status when the thermostat opens (is satisfied) and the stove will go to a minimum burn and stay there until the thermostat closes (calls for heat). When the thermostat closes, the 4 blink status will reset automatically. Consult your owners' manual for a description of the 4-blink status. This error occurs when the contril board senses the room sensing probe isnt connected or has failed. This happens with the thermostat in series, since when the thermostat opens (is satisfied), there is a loss of continuity in the room-sensing circuit. The 4 blink status automatically resets when the board recognizes the room-sensing probe has been reconnected (ie: when the thermostat closes and calls for heat). And Harman controls are so easy to use. (at least in the P-38) They are totally different stoves but they work exactly as advertised and I like em both. Then you watch the burn pot. If you change pellets you may have to adjust the feed rate again.

Setting the feed rate in this manner allows the control board to satisfy the heating demand in the most efficient manner. Is there any heat ouput advantage to running the blower on high or is it just better distribution of heat. I guess my question is would there be any increase in heat output with blower on high or does it have no effect? Just verify your igniter light is on and walk away. Simple. Since this will be my first season with the Harman P61A, I'm still trying to decide what mode I'll run it in when I'm at work during the day. Based on what you're telling me, I think Room Temp.Feed rate at 4 and the temp.Thanks again. Now, let's have some fun and stay warm. So there's the facts, interpret away.When operating in Room Temp, the Feed Rate is done automatically and adjusting the Feed Rate has no impact. The stove can't tell if burning pellets are falling off the burn pot. Maybe my thinking is flawed but empirically I have accomplished my goals with a lower than recommended feedrate that appears to save pellets. We plan to use the new heatpump primarily for AC in summer, but also to even out heat in cold seasons. Also we plan ultimately to rent the house and wanted something that would work well for renters. Fearing running out of pellets I began setting the feed rate low (except at peak times of need).typ rate setting of 2. I found that for my situation it gave me the desired effect during off peak heating times and used less pellets. Since a lot of the heat assistance I want is on the floors above it may be I'd be better off either raising the probe on the wall or using stove temp for assitance only then switch to room temp for when the basement is occupied. Perhaps then I could use the recommended feedrate all the time and get better overall efficiency for my needs. I'm going to think more about this and will also check and see if anyone has any ideas to add. Thanks for the info Ibcynaya! Thanks Ibcynya!

Maybe my thinking is flawed but empirically I have accomplished my goals with a lower than recommended feedrate that appears to save pellets. Thanks for the info Ibcynaya!All the unique variables you (we) have will always make the perfect method a moving target. I would rather tune my stove by looking at the exhaust and turn the feed rate down until the opacity of the exhaust is almost zero (and no pellets are spilling.of course). While I can do this, others may have their exhaust exit above their roof line making this type of tuning almost impossible. For the sake of simplicity, if your heat loss is 20k BTU and you burn net 20k BTU worth of pellets (after stove efficiency loss) theoretically the room temperature will not rise or fall, regardless of the feed rate setting. It will also depend on how long the stove has been running and how much the heat loss varies (day vs. night). Lower feed rates will offer smoother transitions between call for heat and no call for heat, but too low could cause you to lose temperature during a cold snap at night. With all that said, if the spaces you want are comfortable and your stove can produce the heat you need during extreme cold, then your settings may be the most correct for your situation. That's why my explanation can only focus on the facts of the stove not the facts of your situation since they are unknown and extensive. It never stops And the speed doesn’t vary. What happen ? I’ve connected the new blower properly (it’s very simple). So, If you know what is that, it will help me. Thanks Simon When I switch to room temp the status light goes out. I do have a short line probe plugged into the back of the stove and it used to work without issues. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks I do this once or twice a month for about an hour then switch back to room temp on my P43. Since you are reading this thank a teacher. Since you are reading this in English thank a VETERAN.

Maybe the Mod's can help me out with this and unlock it. That being said, Stove Temp has 2 unique working modes - Auto and Manual via igniter switch selection. Stove temp AUTO will allow the distribution fan to run at most temperatures selected. Stove temp MANUAL will turn off the fan unless the temp knob is 5 or HIGHER to prevent the stove from overheating I would presume. Either case, when in stove temp it will not shut down unless you turn off or it runs out of pellets. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. If you are familiar with how to operate them, these stoves can also be easy to use and fairly safe. If you find that you need to reset your pellet stove for some reason, you can do this in one of several ways, ranging from letting it run out of pellets to turning it off and then back on again. Never make changes to the appliance if children or pets are nearby and are not secured away from the unit. Give the stove plenty of time to cool before you begin the reset process. Instead, you can reset them by letting the pellets run out. This way, you don't have to try to move pellets out of the stove when you are not sure if it is hot. Once the stove runs out of pellets, it will no longer be able to heat. In this way, you have effectively reset it. Harman pellet stoves have a series of indicator lights that will let you know if something is wrong that warrants a reset, such as combustion issues. Harman stoves do not have a specific reset option, however. This is a built-in safety precaution on many units, so be sure to keep an eye out for this during Harman pellet stove troubleshooting. You may also see some pellets that are partially, but not completely, burned. This means you'll need to reset the stove by clearing the valves, flue and chambers to fix the combustion problem.

An updated FAQ page from Harman notes that each model they produce is slightly different and that you should contact them with specific questions about indicator lights. They can dispatch a qualified repair technician who will be able to advise you as to the exact problem and repair your stove with the correct parts. She holds a Master of Science in Publishing from Pace University. She owns her own content marketing agency, Wordsmyth Creative Content Marketing (www.wordsmythcontent.com), and she enjoys writing home and DIY articles and blogs for clients in a variety of related industries. She also runs her own lifestyle blog, Sweet Frivolity (www.sweetfrivolity.com). Media New media New comments Search media. Stove Reviews. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Thread starter lbcynya Start date Sep 30, JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Status Not open for further replies. Oct 26, W Michigan. Thanks Mod for correcting the title. Now, let's have some fun and stay warm. The room might be 60 or 90 degrees doesn't matter, all it cares about is maintaining an ESP temp of The stove will not shut off in stove temp regardless of whether the igniter switch is set to auto or manual. There is a caveat to this, if you have your room temp set to 1 very low then the distribution blower might shut off because the ESP temperature is below the lowest setting allowed for the distribution blower to run. Igniter switch to manual, stove will go into maintenance burn in between calls for heat - prevents igniter cycling, might use a few more pellets in this mode Igniter switch to auto, stove will initiate the shut down process in between calls for heat - igniter could cycle several times per day, depends on set point and heat load. So, on really cold days, the stove might not shut off, even if it's on auto.

In addition, the control panel monitors combustion and will shut the stove down if it detects problems. Combustion problems are almost always related to poor cleaning-type maintenance issues. Monitor the status panel and burned pellets. If you notice partially burned pellets and the status light blinking a number of times--six in the case of a Harman stove--the combustion is poor or incomplete. The stove will shut down, and the control panel must be reset and the stove restarted. Identify and clear the problem. Look for a blocked flue, a blocked air inlet, excessive ash in the air chamber under the burn pot, holes in the burn pot getting filled with ash or carbon and dirty fan blades. Clean the stove thoroughly, using a scraper on the burn pot. Start the fire. The stove will restart. Step 1 Monitor the status panel and burned pellets. Step 2 Identify and clear the problem. Step 3 Reset the control panel by turning the stove off, then on again. Step 4 Start the fire. Nelson studied design at Hornsey Art School. Show Comments.Stove Parts For Less has over 10 years of experience working with pellet stoves and stove parts from all the top brands and pellet stove models. So when you need to order your parts contact Stove Parts For Less and we will help you with your order to ensure you are not left in the cold this winter. Browse By Collection. Simple Return Policy We make returns easy. Have A Question? Click here to contact us. Harman pellet stoves, both freestanding and fireplace inserts, are revered for their whisper mode and ability to save you time and money on heating costs, and we have everything you need to keep your stove fully operational. Buy Harman pellet stove parts from our online selection to keep your pellet stoves working through the worst conditions. Looking for a Harman manual, technical help, maintenance tips, or FAQ's? We have an extensive list of information that can be found on our Harman resources page: click here for information.

Harman Pellet Stove Parts. Harman Absolute 43 Pellet Stove Parts. Harman Absolute 63 Pellet Stove Parts. Harman Accentra 52i Pellet Stove Parts. Harman Advance Pellet Stove Parts. Harman Allure 50 Pellet Stove Parts. Harman P35i Pellet Stove Parts. Harman P38 Pellet Stove Parts. Harman P43 Pellet Stove Parts. Harman P68 Pellet Stove Parts. Added to your cart. Cart subtotal. Helena St. Lucia St. Martin St. Shipping Methods.Harman pellet stoves are designed to last, and will provide years of good service. Sometimes, though, you may have problems with your stove that need attention. These simple troubleshooting steps may help you make adjustments to your stove to get it operating again at optimal performance. Check that there is sufficient fuel in the hopper and that the hopper is not clogged. Clear any obstructions. Ensure that there is enough fuel and starting gel in the fuel pot, prior to manually lighting the stove, to provide sufficient temperature to the ESP control so that it will activate the feed motor. Adjust the firebox draft and check that the stove doors and hopper lid are closed properly and the gaskets around them are in good repair and fit well. This allows the sensing switch in the feeder circuit to work properly and feed fuel, as needed. Check the control board status light. If it indicates 6 blinks, Look for blockages of the flue and the air inlet and clear them. Check the air chamber below the burnpot for debris and clear the debris, as needed. Clear the holes on the burnpot. Examine the blower fan blades for dirt and clean them, if required. Make sure the fuel hopper is sufficiently filled and the flow of fuel is not restricted. Clear any fuel obstructions. Check that the feed rate is properly adjusted and the gaskets on all doors are in good working order. Check the vent pipe joints and the connection to the stove, if a smell of smoke is noticed. Seal the joints with silicone sealer. In Jacksonville, Fla. Navy and a licensed paramedic.