I have a 2006 Big E. I have gone through 2 convection blowers in the first two years and now this! It feeds pellets, but will not ignite. When the burn pot overflows it stops and the #3 light flashes. This just started happening overnight one night while the pellet stove was working in on/off mode on a thermostat. I figured it just needed cleaning so I cleaned the inside, burn pot, interior chambers, and complete chimney. It has plenty of pellets and feeds pellets normally so I know the auger is working. I have tried adjusting the damper, but that doesn't help either. I usually don't have to mess with it and leave it in the same position. There is 5 volts at the POF disk, and it is open when I disconnect the brown wires from it so I know it is okay. I know it is not the high limit disk because it doesn't work even when cold and I have metered it to be closed. The fuse is good on the control board as I have metered it to be closed. There is not a blockage in the igniter tube and is clean from the inside. The firebox is completely seated and the burnpot is pushed to the rear of the firebox. Here's where I'm trying to figure out the troubleshooting according to the manual. It says to put power directly to the igniter element, how much power do I try? Is it just a straight 120 AC Volts. I have checked power coming out of the control board and it is sending 40 Volts AC to the ignitor. This is coming directly from the board. Should it be 120 Volts AC? If you could help me with troubleshooting in any way that would be great because I can't find anybody to service it and I'm without heat in my basement! I really don't want to spend $400 on a new board either if I can help it. Would it just be a bad transformer on the board by chance? Any help would be greatly appreciated.