Before you order replacement grill parts, it’s important to know your grill model number to make sure you get the right part for your grill. Here’s a quick guide to finding the model and serial number of major gas grill manufacturers.
Char-Broil grills are known for their durability although common Char-Broil grill parts that need regular replacement are the burners and sometimes the venturi tubes and cooking grates. You’ll find your model and serial number on the back side of your grill on a white sticker. The model number should be on the left, followed by a 6-digit serial number.
Trying to replace Kenmore grill parts? Check for the model number first by looking for a label under the control panel, on the outside of the grill panel or on the rear of the grill body itself. Kenmore model numbers begin with 3 digits, followed by a dot and more numbers. For example: 141.16674800.
You must know your model number before you order Weber grill parts or accessories like grilling baskets or covers. For Weber gas grills, look for a metal plate on the control panel, usually on the lower left corner. For charcoal Weber grills, there will be a plate on the dome-shaped lid near the handle.
With Charmglow grills, the burners tend to wear out and rust rather quickly. To find the model number and replace these grill parts, look for a CSA appliance tag. This tag should be located inside the right or left door of your gas grill.
If you have a portable grill, you’ll find the model number on a tag attached to the left side of your grill. For full-size grills, look under the pull-out drip tray under the control panel on the front of the grill. Solaire really hides their model number tags!
If you own a grill other than those listed, look for a white or aluminum tag somewhere on the grill, probably close to ground level. Some grills also have built-in tags that are located on the post.
Once you have your grill model number, browse the selection of grill parts available at BBQ Grill Parts USA to find the part you need. We carry a wide variety of replacement grill parts for all major manufacturers, including hard-to-find and model-specific parts, plumbing, handles, knobs and heat indicators. All parts are designed to work perfectly with your grill and offer improved performance and durability over many standard components. By replacing these parts yourself, you’ll save yourself a lot of money and keep your grill out of the landfill.