I have a Raypak p-r266a-ep-c that's about 5 years old, and I went to fire it up today and the pilot won't ignite. Its the digital version and I got the manual and did the troubleshooting. I took the igniter out and it fires a spark, took of the pilot gas tube, and it was clear as was the tip. I made sure the gas was on, I put a volt meter on the board at the MV-MV/PV terminals on the main board, when the igniter would fire the volts were around 19 ish, it tries 3 times in a row then waits then tries it again and I only get to see the voltage for a second so its somewhere around 18-20. The manual says its suppose to be 24 and if not the board is bad, if it is then the valve is bad. I guess my question is if the voltage I am reading is close enough given the short amount of time or is this typical of a failed board? Your help is appreciated!