Hey, all. I may have missed this in the BK thread after reading it for an hour the other night, but did @BKVP ever give an official ruling on @aaronk25 ’s solution for the high heat Smoke Smell issue? I think my manometer readings would be good for the stove on low as there is little to no smell, but I’m thinking I will put a key damper in to see if it helps with the smell when I need to turn the stove up on those cold nights. Feels so weird to now be fighting the same battle but on the other end of the draft problem, for those of you who know my situation. Advice welcome. Will probably order a duravent double wall piece of pipe that has damper in it. Do I just undo my telescoping pipe from the stove adapter and fit this on it? Burning Season is fast approaching! Thanks guys.