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Hunter Stoves

 

Identify your Hunter Stove

 

Hunter Spares

 

There have been many Hunter stove versions over the years and it's important that you identify your stove before trying to purchase spares as the parts vary with every version.

 

WHAT MODEL & VERSION STOVE DO I HAVE?

HOW DO I IDENTIFY WHAT STOVE I HAVE?

 

Below are some pointers to help you identify the model and version of stove you have:

 

Within the Hunter Range there has been a number of models, and also a number of versions, MK1, MKII, CE & CEVII.

 

FREESTANDING ROOM HEATERS:

 

Q1. How many grate bars do you have in your stove:

 

7 bars = Hawk 3

9 bars = Hawk 4

11 bars = Herald 4 or Low Output Inglenook

13 bars = Kestrel 5, Herald 5 Slimline or Herald 6

17 bars = Herald 8 Slimline, Herald 8, Herald 14 or High Output Inglenook

 

Q2. Do you have a 2 door stove or single door stove?

 

If you have a 2 door stove go to Q3

If a single door stove go to Q4

 

Q3. If a 1 door, what size is your glass?

 

236 x 207mm = Hawk 3 or 4 Traditional

245 x 245mm = Hawk 3 or 4 Contemporary

362 x 214mm = Kestrel 5

298 x 210mm = Compact 5, Herald 4

364 x 209mm = Herald 5 Slimline or Herald 6

466 x 230mm = Herald 8 Slimline, Herald 8, Herald 14, Inglenook Low Output or Inglenook High Output

 

Q4. If a 2 door stove, is your glass rectangle or shaped? If rectangle it is most likely you have a MK1 version: (Please check type of bricks to be sure)(Please see No Q5)

 

192 x 138mm = Herald 4

203 x 168mm = Herald 5, Herald 5 Slimline, Herald 7 or Herald 6

225 x 214mm = Herald 8 Slimline, Herald 8, Herald 14, Inglenook Low Output

 

If shaped then you have a MKII, CE or CEVII

 

218 x 151mm – Compact 5 or Herald 4

217 x 183mm – Herald 5 Slimline or Herald 6

245 x 230mm – Herald 8 Slimline, Herald 8, Herald 14, Inglenook Low Output & Inglenook High Output

313 x 253mm – Hunter 80B

 

Q5. Bricks – Side Bricks – Are they rectangle?

 

YES – You have a MK1
NO, then you have a MKII, CE or CEVII

 

How to identify whether you have a MKII, CE or CEVII:

 

Q1. Do you have a Turbo Bar? (this is a bar that has small pin holes runs the width of the stove above the rear firebrick)

 

If NO then you have a MKII
If YES you have either a CE or CEVII

 

Q2. Is the baffle plate a flat steel plate or a large plate shaped like a roof?

 

Flat Steel only Plate = You have a CE Version (go to Q3)

Shaped like a roof = You have a CEVII Version

 

Q3. If you have a CE, the last thing to identify is whether you have retained Side Plates or simple side plates:

 

Retained – the side bricks sit on a ledge on the side plate and run up.

Simple – the side bricks sit directly behind the side plate and run from the base of the stove up.

 

Q4. If you have a CEVII then you will have simple side plates.

 

Please note: (In 2006, due to ‘CE’ Approval the grate bars were changed slightly. This resulted in the length of the High Bars being reduced and also the patten changed. Although the ‘New Bars’ will fit the old MK1 models they will NOT fit alongside the old bars and therefore a full set will be required.)

If you are unsure whether you have the New Bars or Old Bars please check the drawings to confirm measurements. 

 

FREE STANDING CENTRAL HEATING STOVES:

 

Q1. How many grate bars do you have in your stove:

 

17 bars = Herald 8 or Herald 14

19 bars = Hunter 80B

 

Q2. If either a Herald 8 or Herald 14, where are the door hinges located?

 

Big chunky hinges that are bolted on the side of the stove and wrap around = Herald 8

Small and bolted to the face of the stove = Herald 14

 

How to identify what version you have:

 

Q3. Do you have rectangle glass or shaped glass;

 

Rectangle = Old Doors MK1 or CE

Shaped = New Doors CE or CEVII

 

Q4. Was your orginal Baffle/Throat plate made of vermiculite material:

 

Yes = CE

No = MK1 or CEVII

 

Q5. Is your baffle a flat steel plate with one bend in it? and does it sit on 2 lugs at the front and a welded retainer at the back of the stove?

 

Yes = MK1

No = CE or CEVII

 

Q6. If the baffle sits on runners either side and is flat or shaped like a roof, you have:

 

Flat = CE

Roof Shaped = CEVII

 

Please note: (In 2006, due to ‘CE’ Approval the grate bars were changed slightly. This resulted in the length of the High Bars being reduced and also the patten changed. Although the ‘New Bars’ will fit the old MK1 models they will NOT fit alongside the old bars and therefore a full set will be required.)

If you are unsure whether you have the New Bars or Old Bars please check the drawings to confirm measurements.

You should now be in a position to be able to order the correct parts for your Hunter Stove, please do double check the drawings to ensure what you have picked matches what you currently have.