20 Most Recent
Questions & Answers
I have weber genesis 3
When you switched it out did you contact www.weber.com
to see if this can be done on this grill. Weber is different than a lot
of other grills usually their larger models they can be converted but their smaller models can not. This might be something you need to check with the company.
I know with Weber that it doesn't consist of change out the hose and a orifice they also change out the manifold.. So please check with Weber for these answers.
on Nov 01, 2018
I was given a weber silver grill and all the
Hello there, there are tons of Genesis Silver grills. But usually the assembly procedures are the same. Here are 2 links to assembly instructions Assembly 1
Although the files would need to be printed out to make proper sense to you just follow the precedures as they are numbered.
To get the owners manual determine the exact model number for your unit and Download from here
your unit should fall under the silver/ gold/ platinum series.
Hope this support has been helpful?
Thank you for visiting FixYa.
on Sep 11, 2011
The electronic ignition on my grill no longer
Yes you can replace the entire assembly.
However you can try adjusting the spark gap to see if this will resolve the issue.
Heat will often expand the spark gap thus rendering a spark impossible.
Small adjustments and be careful not to break the ceramic insulator.
Many gas grills use a static ignitor that does not require a battery.
Big red button you push that causes a snapping noise. This makes a spark and lights the gas. These can last quite a long time and inexpensive too.
on Aug 16, 2011
My weber grill doesn't seem
The most likely problem is that food drippings have clogged some of the pin-hole gas outlets in the burner tubes. If those are clean and open, then either your propane tank is not releasing the gas or the controls on the grill are not releasing the gas. If you look at the flame level, probably best done with the flavorizer bars removed, and they are all the same with the controls on high, then it it probably the tank valve. If the flame heights are different, the lower one(s) are the ones where the control valve(s) are not working and need to be replaced. Good luck!
on Jul 25, 2011
I have an older Weber.
Under the control panel, to the right of the cooking box is a sticker with model numbers, serial numbers, BTU rating, etc. It is not easy to find or read. I used a flashlight and read the numbers out loud for someone to write them down. The first 2 letters of the serial number are the date code.
on Jun 14, 2011
Not finding what you are looking for?