Hi, We have a Fisher Honey Bear and would like some advice on finding a door seal and possibly painting. We purchased locally and installed the stove in 1985. The tag on the side says it is a Honey Bear w/ fresh air kit and mobile home pedestal but it is on 4 legs. The tag shows manufacturer as C E Smith - G/date 9-85. It has the brass and glass door. We've not replaced the door seal but it definitely looks like it needs replacement. I think the one in there is probably a fiberglass type. We have a heat pump on our house but prefer the stove because it produces better heat that remains in the room. Our house is fairly small and the main part of the house is an open design so the heat and warmth circulates well, in fact if we aren't careful the stove can cause the house to be overly warm. We use the stove during the winter months - mainly in the evening and some of the time on cold mornings unless we get some freaky weather where the days are very cold. For years we have just cranked the stove up when needed and not really paid much attention to gussying it up. We do keep the chimney clean and clean the glass door and brass but the rest we've ignored until now. I'd like to find a source for the door seal replacement and to find out if it is possible to paint the stove without removing it from the room. I hate the thought of trying to spray paint inside the house - is there a brush on paint that works well? What about painting the stove pipe? Another question which isn't exactly related to just Fisher stoves. We live in the high desert and it is often very windy here in the winter. Depending upon wind direction and velocity we may have smoke down draft into the house. A neighbor said that changing the cap on our stove pipe outside might make a difference - we have the old type, a round cap with screen material on the sides. Would changing that out make a difference and if so any suggestions on a type and where to locate?