Hi all. I usually hang out in the Boiler Room, but I have searched the archives and come up dry on the following issue - I hope you can help. I have a PE Super 27, blue enamel, built in 1992. It was in the house when we bought four years ago, and I believe it had little use because the elderly woman who was the original owner spent a lot of time down south. I relocated the stove when we renovated, and at the time I installed new insulation in the top. I was able to do this by removing what was left of the old blanket through the flue collar and inserting the new blanket into the collar. This was the direction my PE dealer gave me. At the time I noticed that the baffle was sagging a bit, but they said not to worry about it, because it was a pain to remove. At the end of my first season with the stove, I replaced all the firebrick. The baffle was a little lower in the middle, but not bad. Now, the baffle is sagging down a lot and actually has a hole in the middle. I wanted to remove it to have a new one made, but I cannot get it out. It sits on the rails on the sides, and seems to have some sort of wire or pin holding it in the back. Any advice on how to remove the baffle? Any idea what size I need to make the new one? Also, did the original baffle have small holes drilled in it? Thanks in advance for the help.