I feel obligated to post this warning about a serious fire hazard I found on my new King 5500M pellet stove. For a little background I have been battling this stoves burn since I got it in Oct 2011. After several calls they sent me replacement gaskets which I installed and through this forum I found what is likely to be the real problem the feed rate... thank you for the info on how to manually set (something never mentioned by the manufacturer after a dozen calls). So I change the gaskets and adjust the feed rate last night the stove runs pretty good, shut it down today and I notice smoke coming out of the bottom of the stove so I look and find piles of ash on both of the front corners of the stove, the side that has smoke pouring out also has a few half burnt pellets... thinking wtf did the stove crack? I vacuum the stove out for a better look to find 2 perfectly drilled holes right through the bottom of the stove. Call the company again to hear â€œOh there are suppose to be bolts thereâ€ then WHY arenâ€™t they there???? Mind you I have been running this stove for 6 months and had no idea this stove could have burned my house down! Not to mention all the trouble I have been going through to get it more â€œair-tightâ€. Check your stove it could be a fire hazard.