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    Regency Hi300 vs Enviro Boston 1700

    My wife and I are interested in a Wood Fire Insert. We did some online research and I think we have it narrowed down to two inserts, the Regency Hi300 and the Enviro Boston 1700. Can someone tell me what's the difference between them? Do you prefer one over the other? Ease of...
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    HI300 Insert blower bearing replacement

    Hi all, I have a Hampton HI300 wood insert. Not sure how old, but less than 10 years. Was here when I bought the house. The blower is louder than it should be which is annoying at night when folks are trying to sleep (not to mention when we're right next to it watching TV). I took the blower...
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    Regency Hampton HI300 flue baffle removal

    Hello, First post here. I have a Regency Hampton HI300 wood insert. The previous owner of my home had it installed, so I don't have a ton of history with it. My chimey has clay liners (3), and the center liner has a flexible steel pipe in it which is connected to the insert below. I cleaned the...
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    Hampton/Regency HI300: Operation Optimization

    Hey all! I'm a long time lurker here. I've been running a Hampton/Regency HI300 for the past month and a half. I moved into a home that had one installed. It is located in the main living room (not outer wall, inner wall) of a 1050 square foot ranch that is constructed of block with poor to no...
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    hi300: leaky grill?

    (For the lexicographers in the audience who no doubt will feel the irrepressible urge to "correct" me: the OED gives "grill" as an alternate form of "grille". Regency uses both interchangeably. The manual says "grill". Their web site says "grille" in some places, "grill" in others.) We got a...