Hi all Recently installed the used vc Montpelier I picked up and am getting a hot metal smell on each fire once it gets up to about 500 degrees or more. I did repaint the unit with stove bright, but only really painted what is visible from the flush install, the top was in ok shape. Just a bit of paint up top in the vents. I also put Roxul up as a block off plate (will complete the metal block off soon) and have Roxul against the sides and back of the firebox. This Roxul on back and sides is touching the insert, however in my test burns in the driveway the back and sides didn't get too hot due to the unit being insulated by design (it uses a ceramic insulation behind the refractory bricks and also on the sides and back of the cast body, which is then covered in a sheet metal shell). Could this smell be the Roxul off gassing??? Do you think it's still the paint? I've only had 3 or 4 fires taking it over 500. I also used some meeco stove cement on the liner where it connected to the collar, and within the liner itself (a thick bead to seal the gap between the inner and outer flange...not sure if im wording that right). The liner is mostly duravent rigid oval duraliner with 3 feet of flex at the bottom. Could it be this stove cement that smells? I'm at a loss but am quite worried to keep burning as I've got a one year old and don't want to put him in any danger.