I'm new to forums, so bear (pardon the pun) with me. As the title indicates, I recently bought a post-1980 Grandma that I cleaned up an painted. I read Coaly's recommendation in one of the threads that the bolts in the draft caps should be flush with the outside edge of the caps when they are closed. Mine are much more recessed (screwed in further), when the caps are open as far as I can get them there is only a 1/4" gap, and the bolts (and nuts) are welded to the inside of the door so they can't be adjusted differently. My question, is that 1/4" gap going to be sufficient draft, particularly when lighting the stove cold, or do I need to break the welds and try to clean up or replace the bolts. Thanks for any help, and thanks for the informative forum.