Purchased in May 2014. Electronic ignition. No issues with this thing ever until I tried to fire it up for the first time this year. Went through all startup functions like it normally does, however during the "spark" readout phase it just continually goes through the 3 even clicks I guess you'd call it...couple seconds break....3 even clicks....couple seconds break...on and on. Normally it fires up after the first 3 clicks. Anyway after about 90 seconds of it doing this over and over I get a readout that says "Ignition failure - no pilot sensed". That doesn't stop it from continuing to go through the clicks, it continues to try until I turn the unit off. I'm fairly certain the unit is getting gas. I bled the line from the house to the sediment trap so I know there's gas to that point, which is about a foot away from the unit. I emailed Raypak and a rep wrote back with the following short reply "Most probably needs the pilot cleaned but this must be done by a qualified gas service company". Before I spend the money on a service call, is it that difficult to clean the pilot and does that sound like it could be the issue? It has a Honeywell electronic gas ignition valve if that matters.