Over on the NEPA forum someone mentioned preparing the stove for the off season. I figured it might be a good topic here. My plan was: 1. Get a poly brush to clean the liner (and use it) 2. Remove all the burn tubes and upper firebrick to clean the stove and vacuum out all the crap that comes down the chimney when I clean the chimney. 3. Spray wd-40 into the burn tubes and replace them with new cotter pins. 4. Spray WD-40 on all interior surfaces 5. Replace firebrick on bottom of stove where Elm took it's toll 6. Re-set chimney cap. (I never liked the way I installed it...so it will get fixed) 7. Put little anti-moisture pack that came with the stove into it. So did I miss anything?