Ok, you guys are probably going to laugh.....I noticed some (a small amount) of smoke coming out around the seam on the back/top edge of the stove. I guess there is a gasket there (all the way around the top of the stove)? I have a keystoker. Anyway, I sealed it up initially with that red high temp silicone and it stopped it-temporarily. My dad laughed at me and told me I should have the gasket replaced, but, then he stopped laughing when he realized the stove would have to be moved and disconnected from it's spot to do it and it would kind of be a major ordeal that he wasnt keen on at the time. The leak stopped-there was no smell upstairs, so I shut the cellar door and basically forgot about it-pretty typical of me. Over the holidays it finally broke through the silicone and was leaking again and I could smell it upstairs. I got this bug up my a$$ and got out my furnace cement and ran a good bead along the entire gasket line in the back after turning the stove to idle. I let it cure for two days and now I am slowly warming it up again. Was this a terrible idea? Maybe I should just turn it off and get it fixed? Ugh. It looks like crap too, but, I dont really care about that-it's in my cellar. Have any of you ever done that?