Hay guys, I've got my new Pacific Energy super 27 'heritage' up and running and it's fantastic! The heat penetrates the entire 2200 sf area of my home only hours after starting and I'm extremely happy with the unit so far. However, I have concerns over something that just happened tonight. I've been using the stove at just above 400 degrees to avoid real intense heat in the house but tonight I got her up to 700 degrees and it made a very loud bang and now it's making lots of clicking noises. The loud bang was significant enough to startle me as I was sitting in the chair next to the stove. The thermometer is a probe type placed in the flue about 24" from the stove top. It was indicating just about 700 when the bang happened. I'm concerned the bang was a weld or welds letting go and the new clicking noise is moving metal. It's been almost silent the past hour but its on my mind. Anyone else have any idea or have experienced this before? Clearly, I haven't over fired the stove so what just happened?