Maybe one of you can point me in the proper direction before I call an expert. I have a Whitfield Quest. It’s about 10 years old. Up until this year, I used it religiously. I probably went through a good 6000 pounds of pellets and year. I always give it a good cleaning twice a season. I noticed late last season that there a small whiff on ash smell coming from somewhere. It has progressively gotten worse to the point where I stopped using the stove a few weeks ago. I clean the pipes twice a year and put generous amounts of hi-temp silicone all around the joints of the pipes where need be. I replaced the door gasket at the end of last season thinking that maybe there was a leak there that I couldn’t detect. That wasn’t the issue. I have come to the conclusion that perhaps there is a pinhole somewhere in the blower tube/tubes or a small hole has developed somewhere else. I don’t believe that it is in the exhaust pipes as I can always spot a “leak” in the dark using a flashlight. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.