Update: new Ignitor, correctly mounted in-place not firing up either. I remove it from its bracket and view it and it gets no redder than previous. (OK, so I may have a good spare now). But what could be preventing ignitor from getting fully hot? Is there something in the system I can check that is preventing sufficient time or current for ignitor to be heating up?
Old voltmeter, see pic:
...will register about a 5 on the bottom scale when set on 250. While I'm not sure if I'm reading it right, I figure that's 5 out of 10 or 1/2 of 250 or about 120 volts being fed to the ignitor. But it only stays there for about 1.5 seconds and then power to it shuts off, the fan stays on and the 9-flash code comes on. So I think
the correct current is getting to it, I just don't think that it's allowing it to stay on long enough.
Any ideas or help?