Yesterday I woke up to a cold house with pellets overflowing on my P61A. It wasn’t super cold so I had been running on room temp mode. I figured the stove was just direty so I went and did a full cleaning on it. I did get the stove to start but it’s struggling. The burn pot was actually starting to drop pellets into the ash pan before a small flame caught on the left side. I had to clear the mound of pellets to keep the flame from choking out because they were completely covering the air holes. Once I cleared the excess pellets and the stove was up and running, everything was normal. I figured maybe the fins of the starter were clogged, so I shut it down and used my air compressor duster to blow out between the fins and tried it again with the same result. I’m going to stop on my way home from work and buy some different pellets but I’ve been running these Greene Teams all season with no issue. Is it possible for the igniter to heat the pellets, but just not get hot enough to light them in time? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks everyone.