So it finally gets cold enough to fire the stove up for the third time since install and my brand new 90 seems to be leaking. I noticed the smell last time I burned but was still trying to get rid of the paint "burn in" smell so I couldnt be certain. I sealed all my joints including the stove adaptor. I also have aluminum tape on the t and first connection. These are the fitting behind the stove that you cannot see from the front. I did the lights off flashlight trick when I started up the stove but did not see any smoke. So I did the sniff test on all the exposed joints and got a strong odor from one of the seams on the 90. NOT an actuall connection joint but one of the factory seams. It was definitely a stronger scent then any other connection. Is this normal from factory? I did bend the 90 slightly during installation so perhaps this bumped something loose? Anyway I got the red RTV sealant out and went to town on every expose seam and joint in my piping on the outside. Really hope this does it. I've definitely had more issues with this stove and installation then I planned on. Any other advice?