Hi all. I've recently installed a VC Resolute III and am really loving it! I did not realize when it was given to me (yes, for free--it was in a house that was getting torn down) that it was such a high quality stove. Now I get it. I've been burning it for a couple weeks now, and paying attention to the cause and effect of the controls, but could use a more thorough understanding of exactly what's going on in there. I found the PDF manual for the stove here at Hearth.com, but unfortunately pages 4 and 5 are missing from it. (BTW, I have not been able to find the manual anywhere else on line.) From the manual, I understand the horizontal burn, the secondary air chamber and the thermostatically controlled air intake (the "throttle" if you will) but what I do not know is what to do with the keyhole air intake at the bottom rear of the left side of the stove. (This is the information on the pages missing from the manual here) Any information would be appreciated. Thanks, Brett EDIT to add: I just want to be clear that I'm not new to the care and feeding of a wood stove, I just would like to know how this secondary air intake fits into the operation of this particular stove. Thanks again.