I am having some difficulty with my stovepipe. I took apart thr pipe inthe house- about11-12 foot worth to clean this year. I had help putting it back together, and sealed each joint with sealant. Of course, like all Murphy's Law, the pipe did not go back together as perfectly as it was the first time! I have small leaks at 2 joints when the pellet stove is first fireing up- for about 30 seconds. I assume it is until there is some heat in the peipe to creat draft. After that, no problrm at all. We put quite a bit of sealant at each joint. I don't want to take it down again, as I need help to get it back up. I temporarily put Gorilla Tape at the joints to see what would happen. No leak!! Is there a product that I can use on the outside of the joints that would look good? If I try to use sealant on the outside of the joints, it will be a mess.?? Suggestions. It must look good, as house is going up for sale. OH!! Another subject... I have a Harman Eccentra, which was giving me problems. It is only used about 2 months a year. This year it will be 3 months. Anyway, the Harman Dealer where I bought my stove said that the Accentra was the stove that gave them problems the most. He also said the Harman manufacturer was as rude to them as they are to customers! Anyway- stovepipe ideas? Thanks.