We are rebuilding our 1994 Waterford Trinity Stove this weekend. We had to replace baffles so we figured we would just do a complete rebuild. I am going to get new gaskets today and I need to get some bolts too due to rust/broken bolts. The firebrick was replaced less than a year ago so we are good there. The top half of the stove is already torn apart (this is how we got to the baffles to remove them). We do have an exploded view of the stove for reference but will label parts n' such as we go. The only visible damage to the stove were the warped/cracked baffles. (Fingers crossed) I do have a few questions before we dive into this: -How far down do we go when taking it apart? Do we remove the sides/back/front all the way down to the ash pan? -What type of gasket cement do we get? -What type of replacement bolts do we get? Stainless?