Well from past threads many of you have know about all the problems I have had with smoke smell. After Selkirk replaced the pipe under warranty I thought I was good to go. I fired up the stove and it still smelled, but not as bad. Found a loose bolt on the exhaust flange. Fast forward yesterday the dealer shows up, fires up the stove, wind changes directions and smoke starts pouring in from the stove adapter. Not the part that attaches to the stove, but the outer band that is open. He said that should not happen fills it with rope gasket material, but I can still smell a faint smell. He said the only thing to do at this point is take the pipe out and replace it with simpson duravent. Were talking another 500 dollars, which I do not want to spend. I taped the hell out of the pipe last night, so I will see what happens I guess. I thought selkirk was good pipe, apparently not. This is beyond frusturaiting. I have alot of money tied up in this investment.