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Englander Hopper Lid Latch, PU-103-50


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SKU: PU-103-50
MPN: PU-103-50

Description

Hopper Lid Latch. One per package.
NOTE: As a TOP LID latch, was for pellet stoves manufactured 2001 and earlier. For pellet stoves manufactured 2002 or later, see Part Number PU-62-40-151-3.
However, is used later on some models as an ash pan latch, for example. See your stove's parts diagram in your owner's manual.

Adjusting Hopper Lid Latches

The seals around the top of the pellet hopper are important to the safe and efficient operation of the unit. The latches installed on these units are designed to pull the hopper lid tight against this seal. Over the course of operation as these seals “wear in” and compress, the tension of the latches should be tested periodically, and adjusted if necessary. To adjust the lid latches, the following tools will be needed; two ½ inch wrenches, or a ½ inch wrench and a ½ inch socket. In order to adjust the latch, first (with the unit unplugged and cooled down) open the hopper lid and then lock the latch in its closed position. Then take the ½ inch wrench and loosen the nut closest to the latch. This nut is then adjusted closer to the lid itself to tighten the latch. After adjusting this nut to the desired location, hold this nut in place with the ½ inch wrench, then tighten down the holding nut on the end of the latch shaft with the ½ inch socket or second wrench to hold the latching assembly in place After tightening the latches, test the latches for proper tension by locking the lid down and lifting each front corner of the lid. The lid should be firmly held down by the latches. Repeat the same procedure if the latch is still not tight enough.

Compatible Stoves

    Fits the Following Models 25-PAF

  • 55-SHP25 and 55-TRP25 Parts | 25-PDV
  • 25-PDVP
  • 55-SHP15
  • 55-SHP22 and 55-SHP22L
  • 55-TRP15
  • 55-TRP22
  • American Heritage and US 25-5670 Parts | 25-PDVC
  • 55-SHP10 and 55-SHP10L
  • American Standard and 55-TRP10 Parts | 25-PI
  • 55-SHP20 and 55-TRP20 Parts

Warranty

Unfortunately sometimes products do not work like they are supposed to. We offer a 12 month warranty on manufacturer defects. Some manufacturers make this a very simple and easy process unfortunately others do not. Please be advised that warranty claims for these parts may take up to 4 weeks for processing, and customers must cover shipping.

Click here to submit a warranty claim for this item.

Description

Hopper Lid Latch. One per package.
NOTE: As a TOP LID latch, was for pellet stoves manufactured 2001 and earlier. For pellet stoves manufactured 2002 or later, see Part Number PU-62-40-151-3.
However, is used later on some models as an ash pan latch, for example. See your stove's parts diagram in your owner's manual.

Adjusting Hopper Lid Latches

The seals around the top of the pellet hopper are important to the safe and efficient operation of the unit. The latches installed on these units are designed to pull the hopper lid tight against this seal. Over the course of operation as these seals “wear in” and compress, the tension of the latches should be tested periodically, and adjusted if necessary. To adjust the lid latches, the following tools will be needed; two ½ inch wrenches, or a ½ inch wrench and a ½ inch socket. In order to adjust the latch, first (with the unit unplugged and cooled down) open the hopper lid and then lock the latch in its closed position. Then take the ½ inch wrench and loosen the nut closest to the latch. This nut is then adjusted closer to the lid itself to tighten the latch. After adjusting this nut to the desired location, hold this nut in place with the ½ inch wrench, then tighten down the holding nut on the end of the latch shaft with the ½ inch socket or second wrench to hold the latching assembly in place After tightening the latches, test the latches for proper tension by locking the lid down and lifting each front corner of the lid. The lid should be firmly held down by the latches. Repeat the same procedure if the latch is still not tight enough.

Compatible Stoves

    Fits the Following Models 25-PAF

  • 55-SHP25 and 55-TRP25 Parts | 25-PDV
  • 25-PDVP
  • 55-SHP15
  • 55-SHP22 and 55-SHP22L
  • 55-TRP15
  • 55-TRP22
  • American Heritage and US 25-5670 Parts | 25-PDVC
  • 55-SHP10 and 55-SHP10L
  • American Standard and 55-TRP10 Parts | 25-PI
  • 55-SHP20 and 55-TRP20 Parts

Warranty

Unfortunately sometimes products do not work like they are supposed to. We offer a 12 month warranty on manufacturer defects. Some manufacturers make this a very simple and easy process unfortunately others do not. Please be advised that warranty claims for these parts may take up to 4 weeks for processing, and customers must cover shipping.

Click here to submit a warranty claim for this item.

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