Hi, First of all the stove seems to be working fine when the fire is going (either manual or auto). The problem seems to be with the ignitor. Tonight the cat must have triped the sensor wire and the stove shut down (as it should). Plugged the wire back in and too the oportunity to do a good burnpot cleanup. Also removed any fiens in the ignitor area. Turned the stove back on and after three attemps the stove did not ignite. On the second attempt I opened the door and touched the burnpot and it was cold, obviously the ignitor did not work. Unpluged the stove, and restarted and checked the burnpot during startup and it felt warm, so I thought that it would work. No dice, it failed and as soon it started blinking 5 times, checked the burnpot and once again it was cold. Third time and the burnpot was cold, it failed and I had to do a manual ignition. Everything works, or so I think, but there is something that prevents the ignitor to work. For all the experts out there, what causes the ignitor not to work besides being broken (which it doesnt seem to be, it is fairly new, it was replaced earlier this year) and I confirmed that it does work on the second attempt? I feel that I will have to go to the dealer to have the stove fixed, but right now I have nothing that explains this behaviour and the really cold days are coming and I cant afford a stove that doesnt light up as it should.