I called in a woodstove installer after a week of everything I touched turning into a major unexpected issue. He inspected my stoves today and said I need to put 3 screws in each pipe joint, plus I need to extend the chimney 2' - 3'. He also said the door gasket for the FP-12 needed to be replaced. I bought the door gasket today and of course this is a holiday weekend so I doubt the store is open tomorrow but I think they sold me the incorrect gasket. Would any of you know if Rutland Grapho-Glas Replacement Stove Gasket I bought is the correct size? It looks thinner than the original gasket I have already removed. The new gasket is Item #92, and the bag label states it is a 1/2" - 5/8" x60" rope. The England web site parts page states the FP-12 uses a 5/8" rope gasket. However, the Rutland web page does not list a 5/8" gasket. They list a 1/2" (item #92) and a 3/4" (item #92W), both 7' long. Also, their web site listing for item #92, the one I bought, is even different from the bag labeling of 1/2" - 5/8". So, I am concerned if item #92 will work or not. What do you think? I hate to have to wait until Tuesday, if they are closed tomorrow, to check this out, and I don't want to use it if it is truly a 1/2" and not 5/8". Thanks for the help! Rutland Door Gasket England FP-12 Parts Web Site Oh, the pipe is expensive: about $125 for a 3' section of Selkirk 6GT-36! ugh And, is there a fast way to get all the old OEM rubbery cement off the door? I just tried using a chisel and it is slow going so I stopped for the night.