Anyone ever heard of a damper only air controll? I have these dirt poor neighbors. Last winter I bought them an airtight stove from a junkyard for $50. They were trying to heat with a broken window in their existing stove. This year, someone gave them a "good" stove. I wish had had taken a picture, but anyway, it is a perfect cube on a pedestal. It has a double gasket front door (with glass), and is top vented. It is lined with firebrick, has a steel baffle and an ash draw. The air inlet is under the door, just a rectangular opening about 2x4 inches. The flue has a damper. They are convinced the flue damper is the only contoll. I am pretty sure the air inlet is missing a piece. Of course I can make a part for it, but only with their permission. It is a well made rugged little stove. If pictures would help, I will take some tomorrow and finaly learn how to post them. All opinions welcome.