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Harman Pellet Stove Burn Pot Weldment 1-10-00675.  The Burn Pot is an integral part of your pellet stove's feed system.  It is important to periodically inspect the pot to make sure it is not damaged.  If you notice any holes, warpage or cracks forming in the pot, it should be replaced!  

Note: *Anytime the burn pot is removed or replaced a new gasket should be installed (Burn Pot gasket (3-44-23769sold separately).*

 

NOTE - Accentra Insert was discontinued in 2012 and became the Accentra 52i, and later the Accentra52i-TC, which all use burnpot 1-00-574605

Inside of the burnpot weldment assembly there is an igniter and mounting bracket called a cradle. Because these parts need to be removed when changing the burnpot it's recommended to replace them to get the best performance from the new burnpot weldment. Additionally, there has been a redesign of the cradle. Old cradles in new burnpots may delay ignition times causing the stove to error.

Not shown: Burnpot Gasket, part 1-00-07381

Fig. 1.1 This Burnpot Weldment

Fig. 1.2 Igniter, 3-20-677200

Fig. 1.3 Cradle, 1-00-777907



Replacement For Part Number:

  • 1-10-00675

View Compatible Models

UPC: 652174547470

Compatible Models

    Harman

  • Accentra Insert
  • Advance
  • P43
  • P43-C
  • XXV
  • XXV TC

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Instructions

Install Instructions For Harman Burn Pot Weldment: 1-10-00675-AMP

Important:

Before removing the old burn pot you will need to uninstall the ignitor cradle and disconnect the ignitor leads from the blue and yellow wires inside the neck of the burn pot. The removed ignitor and cradle can be reinstalled into the new burn pot once it is attached to the stove.


1.) The igniter cradle/holder is located in the burn pot. (To access the cradle you must loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot. This will allow the cradle to drop down (Do not discard these screws).

3.) From the rear of the unit, locate the yellow and light blue wires for the igniter at the point where they pass through the neck of the burn pot into the rear of the stove, it is directly under the auger (On freestanding stoves this will require that the rear / side shields are removed. On inserts, the unit will need to be slid forward and pulled out of the firebox. On some units, there may be a small rubber grommet or a dab of high temp silicone where the ignitor wires transition to the back of the unit.)

4.) In this area you should notice extra wire looped together (Likely, this excess wire will be secured in position with a zip tie). This extra wire needs to be freed up so that the disconnects can be pulled forward and disconnected from the neck of the burn pot. This can be done by carefully cutting the zip tie and gently pushing about 12" of the yellow and light blue wire into the cavity of the stove where the ignitor is located.

5.) Once you confirm the extra blue and yellow wire is fed forward into the neck of the burn pot, the leads coming from the ignitor can be disconnected (In the neck of the burn pot) and the igniter and bracket can be removed.

6.) Spray the 4 nuts around the neck of the burn pot with penetrating oil and let it set.

7.) Remove the 4 nuts holding the burn pot to the rear of the stove (Take care not to lose the washers during this step).

8.) Remove the old gasket and install a replacement (It is recommended that a new gasket be used anytime the burn pot is replaced).

9.) Position the new burn pot in place, slide the four washers previously removed back into position and hand tighten each nut.

10.) Once all four nuts are snug by hand, begin to evenly tighten each with a wrench or socket (Tightening in a crisscross pattern works well and will help prevent overtightening on one particular corner of the burn pot).

11.) After the burn pot is fastened in place the ignitor can be repositioned into the cradle, the cradle can be reattached to the pot, the ignitor leads can be reattached to the blue/yellow wires in the neck of the burn pot and the burn pot clean out cover can be reinstalled. (Remember to pull the excess wire back in the rear of the unit and zip-tie it in a safe spot).

12.) Reattach any previously removed panels, reposition the unit if previously moved, and test the stove.




Additional info on Igniter & Cradle Installation Below:



Igniter Cradle/Holder Installation Instructions:


1.) The igniter cradle/holder is located in the burn pot. (To access the cradle you must loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot. This will allow the cradle to drop out (Do not discard these screws).

3.) To remove the igniter from the old-style cradle/holder, twist the two tabs that secure the flat plate to the ignitor. Your old igniter can now be removed (Pay special attention to how the ignitor is positioned in the cradle).

4.) Position your ignitor into the new cradle. (If you are replacing the igniter at this time follow the instructions below on igniter replacement).

5.) Position the new cradle/holder in the same orientation as the previous holder and install the cradle using the two 5/16" or 8mm mounting screws.

6.) The new cradle/holder will have 2 additional threads for two additional screws under the ignitor. Gently tighten these screws. This will push the igniter against the bottom of the burn pot (Do not over-tighten these screws).



Igniter Installation Instructions:


1.) The igniter is located in the burn pot. (To access the ignitor you must first loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) The igniter is accessed and changed through the front of the stove, but you will also need to access the rear of the stove to free the wiring.

3.) From the rear of the unit, locate the yellow and light blue wires for the igniter at the point where they pass through the neck of the burn pot into the rear of the stove, it is directly under the auger (On freestanding stoves this will require that the rear / side shields are removed. When replacing the ignitor on an insert the unit will need to be slid forward and pulled out of the firebox. On some units, there may be a small rubber grommet or a dab of high temp silicone where the ignitor wires transition to the back of the unit.)

4.) In this area you should notice extra wire looped together (Likely, this excess wire will be secured in position with a zip tie). This extra wire needs to be freed up so that the disconnects can be pulled forward and disconnected from the neck of the burn pot. This can be done by carefully cutting the zip tie and gently pushing about 12" of the yellow and light blue wire into the cavity of the stove where the ignitor is located.

5.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot (Do not discard these screws).

 6.) Drop the igniter assembly down and pull it forward until you can see the wire disconnects, then disconnect the wires from the harness and remove the whole assembly.

 7.) To remove the igniter from the (old style) cradle, twist the two tabs that secure the flat plate to the ignitor. Your old igniter can now be removed (Pay special attention to how the ignitor is positioned in the cradle. The replacement will be positioned in the same way).

8.) Position your new ignitor in the cradle and reinstall the cradle using the two 5/16" or 8mm mounting screws.

 9.) From the rear of the unit, gently pull the excess wire you previously feed forward to remove the slack, coil the extra wire length, and secure it with a zip tie.

10.) Reinstall the cover plate and test your ignitor to ensure it is operating correctly.

Troubleshooting

Before replacing the burn pot to correct delayed ignitions, try each of the following:

  1. If you have excessive amounts of carbon building up around the base of the burn pot, tighten the four 1/2" nuts that secure the burn pot. If this doesn't solve the problem, replace the burn pot gasket
  2. Replace your door gasket and the ash pan gasket if you have separate doors
  3. Look at your door handle to make sure the latch mechanism on the stove is in working order allowing the door to fully close
  4. Make sure the hopper lid is making a tight seal

Warranty

Unfortunately, sometimes products do not work like they are supposed to. We offer a 90 day warranty on manufacturer defects. Some manufacturers make this a very simple and easy process unfortunately others do not. Items must be used in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines to qualify for warranty replacement. Please be advised that warranty claims for these parts may take up to 4 weeks for processing, and customers must cover shipping.

Shipping Information

This Item Qualifies For Free Shipping With Orders Over $199!

When Will My Order Ship?

All orders are typically processed within 24 hours of receiving payment and are shipped from us same day if placed before our shipping cutoff time (Monday - Friday: 12PM, Saturday: 10AM, Sunday: No Shipping), orders placed after our cutoff time are shipped the next morning.

Do You Offer Express Shipping?

Yes! Please note the shipping times are based on business days, weekends and holidays do not count to the delivery date. Please see our expedited ship time schedules here.

How Does Free Shipping Work?

Most orders over $199 qualify for free shipping! Orders which ship for free are shipped with either USPS or UPS based on our discretion. If you are using a PO box, free shipping orders will always go USPS.

Do You Ship To Canada?

We ship to Canada! We estimate USPS to take 4-10 days once receiving your package from us. We do not offer expedited shipping of any kind to Canada. Please allow an extra 2-5 days for all shipments to Canada. Free shipping is not available to Canada.

Do You Ship To Alaska Or Hawaii?

We ship to both Alaska and Hawaii! We do not offer next day or two day shipping to Alaska or Hawaii. Free shipping is not available to Alaska or Hawaii.

Do You Ship Outside The US Or Canada?

Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer international shipping other than to Canada.

Shipping Time Estimations

For information on shipping time estimations, see the Shipping Information & Transit Times on the shipping page.

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Description

Harman Pellet Stove Burn Pot Weldment 1-10-00675.  The Burn Pot is an integral part of your pellet stove's feed system.  It is important to periodically inspect the pot to make sure it is not damaged.  If you notice any holes, warpage or cracks forming in the pot, it should be replaced!  

Note: *Anytime the burn pot is removed or replaced a new gasket should be installed (Burn Pot gasket (3-44-23769sold separately).*

 

NOTE - Accentra Insert was discontinued in 2012 and became the Accentra 52i, and later the Accentra52i-TC, which all use burnpot 1-00-574605

Inside of the burnpot weldment assembly there is an igniter and mounting bracket called a cradle. Because these parts need to be removed when changing the burnpot it's recommended to replace them to get the best performance from the new burnpot weldment. Additionally, there has been a redesign of the cradle. Old cradles in new burnpots may delay ignition times causing the stove to error.

Not shown: Burnpot Gasket, part 1-00-07381

Fig. 1.1 This Burnpot Weldment

Fig. 1.2 Igniter, 3-20-677200

Fig. 1.3 Cradle, 1-00-777907



Replacement For Part Number:

  • 1-10-00675

View Compatible Models

UPC: 652174547470

Instructions

Assembly Instructions For Harman Burn Pot Weldment: 1-10-00675-AMP

Important:

Before removing the old burn pot you will need to uninstall the ignitor cradle and disconnect the ignitor leads from the blue and yellow wires inside the neck of the burn pot. The removed ignitor and cradle can be reinstalled into the new burn pot once it is attached to the stove.


1.) The igniter cradle/holder is located in the burn pot. (To access the cradle you must loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot. This will allow the cradle to drop down (Do not discard these screws).

3.) From the rear of the unit, locate the yellow and light blue wires for the igniter at the point where they pass through the neck of the burn pot into the rear of the stove, it is directly under the auger (On freestanding stoves this will require that the rear / side shields are removed. On inserts, the unit will need to be slid forward and pulled out of the firebox. On some units, there may be a small rubber grommet or a dab of high temp silicone where the ignitor wires transition to the back of the unit.)

4.) In this area you should notice extra wire looped together (Likely, this excess wire will be secured in position with a zip tie). This extra wire needs to be freed up so that the disconnects can be pulled forward and disconnected from the neck of the burn pot. This can be done by carefully cutting the zip tie and gently pushing about 12" of the yellow and light blue wire into the cavity of the stove where the ignitor is located.

5.) Once you confirm the extra blue and yellow wire is fed forward into the neck of the burn pot, the leads coming from the ignitor can be disconnected (In the neck of the burn pot) and the igniter and bracket can be removed.

6.) Spray the 4 nuts around the neck of the burn pot with penetrating oil and let it set.

7.) Remove the 4 nuts holding the burn pot to the rear of the stove (Take care not to lose the washers during this step).

8.) Remove the old gasket and install a replacement (It is recommended that a new gasket be used anytime the burn pot is replaced).

9.) Position the new burn pot in place, slide the four washers previously removed back into position and hand tighten each nut.

10.) Once all four nuts are snug by hand, begin to evenly tighten each with a wrench or socket (Tightening in a crisscross pattern works well and will help prevent overtightening on one particular corner of the burn pot).

11.) After the burn pot is fastened in place the ignitor can be repositioned into the cradle, the cradle can be reattached to the pot, the ignitor leads can be reattached to the blue/yellow wires in the neck of the burn pot and the burn pot clean out cover can be reinstalled. (Remember to pull the excess wire back in the rear of the unit and zip-tie it in a safe spot).

12.) Reattach any previously removed panels, reposition the unit if previously moved, and test the stove.




Additional info on Igniter & Cradle Installation Below:



Igniter Cradle/Holder Installation Instructions:


1.) The igniter cradle/holder is located in the burn pot. (To access the cradle you must loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot. This will allow the cradle to drop out (Do not discard these screws).

3.) To remove the igniter from the old-style cradle/holder, twist the two tabs that secure the flat plate to the ignitor. Your old igniter can now be removed (Pay special attention to how the ignitor is positioned in the cradle).

4.) Position your ignitor into the new cradle. (If you are replacing the igniter at this time follow the instructions below on igniter replacement).

5.) Position the new cradle/holder in the same orientation as the previous holder and install the cradle using the two 5/16" or 8mm mounting screws.

6.) The new cradle/holder will have 2 additional threads for two additional screws under the ignitor. Gently tighten these screws. This will push the igniter against the bottom of the burn pot (Do not over-tighten these screws).



Igniter Installation Instructions:


1.) The igniter is located in the burn pot. (To access the ignitor you must first loosen the two wing nuts securing the burn pot clean-out cover to the bottom of the pot. Once both wing nuts are loosened the cover plate can be removed).

2.) The igniter is accessed and changed through the front of the stove, but you will also need to access the rear of the stove to free the wiring.

3.) From the rear of the unit, locate the yellow and light blue wires for the igniter at the point where they pass through the neck of the burn pot into the rear of the stove, it is directly under the auger (On freestanding stoves this will require that the rear / side shields are removed. When replacing the ignitor on an insert the unit will need to be slid forward and pulled out of the firebox. On some units, there may be a small rubber grommet or a dab of high temp silicone where the ignitor wires transition to the back of the unit.)

4.) In this area you should notice extra wire looped together (Likely, this excess wire will be secured in position with a zip tie). This extra wire needs to be freed up so that the disconnects can be pulled forward and disconnected from the neck of the burn pot. This can be done by carefully cutting the zip tie and gently pushing about 12" of the yellow and light blue wire into the cavity of the stove where the ignitor is located.

5.) From the front of the stove, remove the two 5/16" or 8mm screws that hold the igniter cradle inside the burn pot (Do not discard these screws).

 6.) Drop the igniter assembly down and pull it forward until you can see the wire disconnects, then disconnect the wires from the harness and remove the whole assembly.

 7.) To remove the igniter from the (old style) cradle, twist the two tabs that secure the flat plate to the ignitor. Your old igniter can now be removed (Pay special attention to how the ignitor is positioned in the cradle. The replacement will be positioned in the same way).

8.) Position your new ignitor in the cradle and reinstall the cradle using the two 5/16" or 8mm mounting screws.

 9.) From the rear of the unit, gently pull the excess wire you previously feed forward to remove the slack, coil the extra wire length, and secure it with a zip tie.

10.) Reinstall the cover plate and test your ignitor to ensure it is operating correctly.

Troubleshooting

Before replacing the burn pot to correct delayed ignitions, try each of the following:

  1. If you have excessive amounts of carbon building up around the base of the burn pot, tighten the four 1/2" nuts that secure the burn pot. If this doesn't solve the problem, replace the burn pot gasket
  2. Replace your door gasket and the ash pan gasket if you have separate doors
  3. Look at your door handle to make sure the latch mechanism on the stove is in working order allowing the door to fully close
  4. Make sure the hopper lid is making a tight seal

Warranty

Unfortunately, sometimes products do not work like they are supposed to. We offer a 90 day warranty on manufacturer defects. Some manufacturers make this a very simple and easy process unfortunately others do not. Items must be used in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines to qualify for warranty replacement. Please be advised that warranty claims for these parts may take up to 4 weeks for processing, and customers must cover shipping.

Shipping Info

This Item Qualifies For Free Shipping With Orders Over $199!

When Will My Order Ship?

All orders are typically processed within 24 hours of receiving payment and are shipped from us same day if placed before our shipping cutoff time (Monday - Friday: 12PM, Saturday: 10AM, Sunday: No Shipping), orders placed after our cutoff time are shipped the next morning.

Do You Offer Express Shipping?

Yes! Please note the shipping times are based on business days, weekends and holidays do not count to the delivery date. Please see our expedited ship time schedules here.

How Does Free Shipping Work?

Most orders over $199 qualify for free shipping! Orders which ship for free are shipped with either USPS or UPS based on our discretion. If you are using a PO box, free shipping orders will always go USPS.

Do You Ship To Canada?

We ship to Canada! We estimate USPS to take 4-10 days once receiving your package from us. We do not offer expedited shipping of any kind to Canada. Please allow an extra 2-5 days for all shipments to Canada. Free shipping is not available to Canada.

Do You Ship To Alaska Or Hawaii?

We ship to both Alaska and Hawaii! We do not offer next day or two day shipping to Alaska or Hawaii. Free shipping is not available to Alaska or Hawaii.

Do You Ship Outside The US Or Canada?

Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer international shipping other than to Canada.

Shipping Time Estimations

For information on shipping time estimations, see the Shipping Information & Transit Times on the shipping page.

Learn More About Our Shipping Information

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Ross W.
Hartman stove parts

Excellent service to British Columbia Canada. Shipping was expensive once it landed in my local post office it was $130.00 Canadian but still cheaper than buying the parts in Canada.

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Daniel C.
Harmon parts

1st class service !
Fast delivery

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David S.
Parts order

Placed a order on line in the evening,the next day received a confirmation that said order will ship in 7-10 days in 4 days parts were here, very happy with service and parts getting ready to place a 2nd order. Like that they have parts for every stove made.

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Louise W.
Harmen Stove Burn pot and gasket + ignighter

Awesome response and perfect original parts for my stove. Only 3 day deliver. Will be buying more parts from them when I need them. Thank you so much and the price was way below the other competitors.

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Jennie S.
Stove pot and flame guide

Everything is good right on down to ur customers service sept the lady that helped us was fantastic and listened

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R
Ross W.
Hartman stove parts

Excellent service to British Columbia Canada. Shipping was expensive once it landed in my local post office it was $130.00 Canadian but still cheaper than buying the parts in Canada.

D
Daniel C.
Harmon parts

1st class service !
Fast delivery

D
David S.
Parts order

Placed a order on line in the evening,the next day received a confirmation that said order will ship in 7-10 days in 4 days parts were here, very happy with service and parts getting ready to place a 2nd order. Like that they have parts for every stove made.

L
Louise W.
Harmen Stove Burn pot and gasket + ignighter

Awesome response and perfect original parts for my stove. Only 3 day deliver. Will be buying more parts from them when I need them. Thank you so much and the price was way below the other competitors.

J
Jennie S.
Stove pot and flame guide

Everything is good right on down to ur customers service sept the lady that helped us was fantastic and listened