I had an old boxwood stove that was starting to show wear. I saved and bought a Vogelzang Mountaineer woodstove with a blower. My daughters and I moved the bear and set up the new stove, also quite heavy. We are having problems with the new stove. When you open the door to add wood, smoke billows out into the room. Whenever we open it, we have to open the windows and put a fan in the door to pull the smoke outside. All of that then counters having a wood stove to heat the place. The fire never really blazes up, unless the door is open. As soon as you close the door, the flame goes back done. The damper is open and the chimney worked fine with the other stove. Smoke pours out the top of the chimney now, but it seems like the stove isn't getting a good draw. There is always smoke in the firebox. Does anyone have any suggestions. I don't want to have to try and get this thing back out of the house and onto the back of the truck and do the reverse with a new stove. We nearly died this time.