I've bought this stove used 2 weeks ago. The igniter was not working I've replaced it early this week. The first 2 days it works fine. Now it would take 2 to 3 tries, by the time it would ignites the burn pot is 3/4 full of pellets. This morning I had to start it manually. I installed it according to the instruction that was sent to me by Englander. I notice that the tip of the heating element is about 1/2" behind the burn pot. Should it be flush with the burn pot to help ignite faster or just 1 try. I was thinking of pushing it forward flush with the burn pot. I just want to get a few opinions before I do it.