Hi all. I've been reading a lot of the tips and tricks on this website for a couple months so I decided to join the conversation. I tried to search all the forums before I asked my questions, but if my questions have already been answered, feel free to redirect me. I've been heating my house in NW Wisconsin for 9 winters (7 of them have been with only the woodstove) with a Quadrafire Cumberland Gap and I really like it. I recently bought a 602 to heat our entryway/mudroom which is open to the house and seems to always be sending cold air in. I may have been a little hasty in buying it because it has some (hopefully solvable) issues. One is that the door doesn't seem to want to shut enough to latch it. Everything is straight and true as far as the casting goes and the gasket looks perfectly normal. Any ideas? I have a pdf file of for the old stoves. Is it correct that I can divide the clearances in half with a properly built non-flammable wall and a 1" space behind? Does anyone know how far back or forward the top baffle plate should sit? What is it supposed to sit on? Right now it's resting in there at an angle with one side sitting on the side burn plate hangers. Thanks!