Hello Well, The augers are now cranking out the pellets very well. See Englander 25-PDV 5 yo Merkle Korff Ind Top Auger Motor quits after long warm up https://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/englander-25-pdv-5-yo-merkle-korff-ind-top-auger-motor-quits-after-long-warm-up.85404/ However the stove did not auto start. I could easily see that the ignitor was not doing it's job. Since it worked the last 2 times, the control panel seems ok and supplying the voltage. I can test that to make sure. Anyways, I pulled the ignitor for the bench testing. See pics below. The ignitor got all Orange and hot in the middle but not at the tip. see yellow arrow. So my question is: Should the ignitor get real hot at the end to properly light the wood pellets?