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I have the weber genesis gas grill #55826. What flavorizer bars do I need? I am replacing them.

I need the sku number for flavorizer bars that will fit in this grill

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SOURCE: how often do i clean the flavorizer bars?

I clean mine ounce a year

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SOURCE: bought a weber genesis 320

1. Most US gas bottle regulators are set to 30mBar, Germany is usually 50mBar.
2. Most European gas fittings are a left hand thread. Although surprisingly they are often still have an English / imperial thread type (1/4" R is a common gas appliance thread type in Germany).
3. 30mbar gas appliances are still occasionally used in Germany, mostly imported from the US for use in a a caravan or boat.

Check the link below the replacement regulator for your Genesis E-320 to work with German gas cylinder.
http://translate.google.com.ph/translate?hl=tl&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.campingaz.com%2FDE%2Fp-25990-verstellbarer-regler-30-50-mbar.aspx

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SOURCE: Bought a weber genesis 320 Problem with the Weber

Normally, at least on an American grill hose/regulator assembly are a universal fit. And both ends of the hose have female couplings. I would think it would be the same on German Models too. For the connection to the grill, the hose coupling size is 3/8" ID.

Posted on May 08, 2011

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SOURCE: I replaced the porcelain enameler flavorizer bars

You are overheating the grill - make sure the thermometer is working on the right side of the grill lid. You should not heat above 550F (preheat) and you should not cook above 500F.

Secondly, you must clean out the drip tray (not just the aluminum foil tray but the bigger tray it is attached to (it slides out the front of the grill too). The grease that piles up on this tray can catch fire and overheat the grill (including the flavorizor bars).

Last suggestion is to get stainless steel bars next time (make sure you get the size that fits your grill because the stainless steel sizes also come a bit longer). The stainless bars are high temperature stainless steel and do not corrode. They are a bit heavier and cost about 30 to 50% more but well worth it. They clean up very easily and transfer heat to the cooking surface well. Keep them clean to keep the cooking surface hotter.

Posted on Jul 16, 2011

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