The igniter I have seems to be OK. Resistance is 49 ohms, 13 fins, gets hot to the touch when installed under the burnpot, but won’t ignite the pellets. Voltage going to it as measured at the main board is 118VAC by my meter. I took the igniter out and ran it off straight 120VAC out of a wall outlet. It got hotter than <that place>, glowed red hot. I reinstalled it under the burnpot and started an auto light sequence, again the igniter glowed red after about 45 seconds. Airflow seems fine. I manually lit the pellets and the air flow blowing up thru the holes in the burnpot was strong enough to make the partially burned pellets dance. Any ideas why this igniter gets hot but won’t light the pellets? I am using new pellets this year but still had some left over from last year that were working fine. I can't get either brand to light with the igniter. The igniter burned out in the spring and I finished the heating season manually lighting the stove. I just gave it a thorough cleaning last weekend and put the new igniter in. This was my first attempt to auto light this season. I’m stumped. In manual operation (manually lighting the pellets) the furnace operates fine. HELP! IDEAS????? SUGGESTIONS????