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Blowing smoke inside not out!!!!!

Had a chirp like sound then the smoke blew inside and not out???? We are having a easter blow out!!!!

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Sound like the flue is plugged or dampener is closed.If that all checks out ok then i would clean the stove out and check for cracks in the inside of stove

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