I can't get my three week old stove to run after a storm knocked out the power. The stove was on and running when I lost power. I unplugged the stove when that happened. Left it off while power was off and used opportunity to completely clean everything: burn pot, ash pots, baffles, exhaust fan, and even swept exhaust piping/venting including outside clean out (horizontally vented). When power was finally restored I plugged it in and turned it on. I noticed it didn't feed any pellets, but igniter did glow orange (but with nothing to light, fire didn't start). I got ignition error code. Tried again, same thing. Followed trouble shooting guide to run continuity test on hopper lid switch. It was fine. Also ran continuity test on vacuum switch. Also fine. Blew through hose - no blockage. Completely emptied hopper and vacuumed clean. Auger moves and does not appear jammed. Reset the snap disc switch (got quite an electrical shock). Disconnected then reconnected ALL electrical connections. Tried to prime stove, but after a few seconds it shut itself off without feeding any pellets. I've run out of things to try. I'm leaning towards either a control board issue or an auger motor issue. Does anyone have any other ideas? My kids and I are freezing. Nobody who repairs these things has any appointments for weeks. If anyone has any suggestions, please, please help. Thanks.