Hi. I've been lurking for about a month now and thoroughly enjoying the site. Kinda like getting a Countryside fix every day! Decided it was time to register and join the fun. I bought a Vermont Castings Resolute woodstove last year at a garage sale for $130. Not a bad deal for a stove Lehman's lists for about $1,300, plus I got the stove pad and most of the stove pipe with it. The problem is that I have a 1996 Super Good Cents manufactured home and the stove is not "mobile home approved", although I have heard that Vermont Castings makes one that is or an adaptor kit. I've had no luck getting ahold of the company, although I was able to download the installation/owner's manual. No local company will install a stove they didn't sell. I have to have the stove "permitted" and inspected or my homeowner's insurance won't cover it - in fact, I was told they could refuse to pay ANY claim, even if it didn't involve the stove. The L&I (WA state) will issue me a permit, but can't tell me if it will pass inspection. As far as I can tell, it looks like I have to have a fresh air intake that goes directly into the stove. There is a damper in the back bottom left hand corner (as you're facing the stove). Can a fresh air intake be ducted to that damper opening? Has anyone installed a stove like this in a house like mine? I know this is "for my own good", but it seems like opening a window a crack near the stove and using a CO2 monitor would be adequate. However, the "powers that be" say I have to jump through the hoops before I can put my stove into operation. I know this a long question, but I'm hoping someone out there can give me some sound advice. Thanks in advance!