My wood stove smokes into living area
I have a 1 year old freestanding stove (Quadra Fire 5700) that emits the smell of combustion (smoke) into the living area during the burn cycle. When it is loaded with wood it normally takes about 15-30 minutes or more for it to reach maximum operating temp and within another 15 minutes (after it falls back to operating tem) I start to notice a distinct smell of smoke.
The smoke smell lasts for another 30-60 minutes and the flue temp is in the 250-350 range. Have any others experienced smoke smell from their wood stove during normal operation? My flue is fully lined from the stove outlet to the top of chimney with 6" stainless steel. The draft in the flue has been measured at much above the minimum requirement. An air monitoring meter from Oregon Scientific shows the presence of distinct air pollution from this stove during this time. Are there any comments or suggestions? Thanks.