Howdy, folks. I picked up a pre-owned Austroflamm Integra a few days ago and am in the process of cleaning the stove and getting prepped for installation. Before I get her into place, I want to put power to her to make sure everything works. I have two sets of wires coming out of the right hand (control panel) side of the stove. One set is very thin and have red and black connectors, the other set of wires are heavier gauge with yellow insulation and black connectors. On the yellow set, one goes to the internal control board, the other to the wiring block. I'm going to assume that the yellow wires connect to the fuse and the fine red/black connectors go to the electronic board but I'm not sure if polarity matters, so your input would be appreciated. Here's a shot of the two yellow wires located to the left of the airflow sensor: The second question relates to aesthetics. There's some rust at the top of the firebox and elsewhere. I'd like to sand it down and repaint with some high-temp enamel, but another member here said not to bother because it'd get burned off anyway. I'd also like to refinish the gold trim in favor of... well, something more subdued, but that's just me. If I were to sand them down and refinish with a high-temp enamel paint, would that be alright? Just wanted to see if I can make her look a little better. Here she is from a 'distance'. I've seen worse, but there's room for improvement: Thanks again in advance!