Last winter the stove ran great. Summer came and i unplugged it. 2 days ago i went to turn it on for the first time. I hit the on button and after one minute i got error code 6. Which means bad ignitor. So i pulled the ignitor and it looked fine. But i got a new just in case. I put the new one in and i still get error code 6. So i grab my meter and hit on and after exactly one minute of running it sends power to the igniter for 2 seconds and then shuts off on error code 6. So now i unplug the power leads from the board to the igniter and hit on again and i still get error code 6. The fuses are all fine. As soon as it tries to send power to the ignitor it shuts off on error 6. What kills me is it ran fine all last winter. The only thing i did was unplug it for the summer. Anyone have any ideas what could be causing this. I unplugged the ignitor wires from the board and still getting bad ignitor cose 6. I even reset the board by pressing and holding in the 2 aux buttons. I'm afraid its the board that needs replacing For almost $600. Crazy. It sat unplugged all summer and thats what damaged the board ????. Makes no sense.