Hi, I just picked up a Resolute on Craigslist a few weeks ago. The stove has been burning great. I have recently discovered one issue with it though. First, the nomenclature, what is that plate-thing called that gets flipped from a straight run to the connector to horizontal burn? I am going to call it the damper plate. This plate is hinged at the front, there are two ears that are separate from the fireback. These ears have a little bit of play in them, and this is just enough to allow the damper plate to fall out of it's correct place. I reset it the other day, and got maybe 30 "flips" (from horizontal to vertical) before it fell out again tonight. I fear that there may be just enough warpage in the fireback, or another critical component to allow those ears to have play. I hope that someone has encountered this problem before, and at least knows what I am talking about, if they don't have a $3.50 fix. The left ear pops out of its assigned channel in the throat of the fireback. Thanks in advance, I am a "long time listener, first time caller" on this hearth.com radio hour.