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We bought a open concept 1920-1950 sq foot house. We have a gravity fed oil stove that gets a downdraft it seems on very windy fall/winter days. Can see smoke and smell unburned oil at its worst. The flue pipe looks to be high enough & have a cap, We also have a fire place separate from this heating source. Could this cause/add to the issue? The home is 20 years old. Seems well insulated. No exhaust for the gas stove and downstairs bathroom, that has exhaust vent, door is usually closed. No one knows anything or enough about the oil stove, nestor martin C100, I believe, in my area for whatever reason. Indiana county/Cambria county PA. If by chance there's someone reading that's near us. Suggestions welcome.