I've waited until the weather warmed up, but now I've broken my Quadra Fire Mt. Vernon stove down to attempt to fix it. I knew I had an exhaust leak of some sort. It turns out that is not the exhaust blower gasket, but the housing itself. It has one or two seams where it fits together and that is where it is leaking. It is sort of round and is leaking in more than one place around it. My question is what can I use to seal it back up? It looks like it's almost got some sort of tape all around it, is that possible? It is sticky/soft like caulk, but it seems to be fairly uniform in width around it's circumference. If it was tape of some sort I wonder if it is available at a stove dealer. Tape would be easier as I don't really want to take the whole housing out of the stove. It was hard enough to get into it this far as the stove sits in a corner and it's just lil ol' me working on it and I didn't want to pull it out. I re-caulked the pipes and all recently too, as shot in the dark to fix the smokey smell on start up and don't want to tear that apart either. I realize it's gotta be pretty high temp stuff for this application and was wondering if anyone else has had to reseal their housing and what they use when they put the stoves together. Thanks in Advance!