So let me start that I’ve been burning for at least 7 years. I just got rid of a Napoleon 1450 which went up through the center of the house and moved to the corner of the living room with a PE Aldrelea T5. The stove was installed today, double wall inside and about an 18’ chimney outside. I decided to do a tiny break in fire and I’m having a hard time getting it going. I’m using fat wood and a couple pieces of split down 1 year seasoned maple. I have it all the way to “start” but it will go for a little bit then die out. If I hold the ash dump open it gets going great. Weather outside is about 60 degrees which may affect draft. Any ideas why it’s a pain to get going? My Napoleon would light up without issue.