Question about Weber Grilling
Need help connecting Genesis S-330 to my natural gas line.
Hi Jamie Duke, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Did your grill come with a grey rubber gas hose and/or a quick-disconnect fitting? The quick disc. (typically 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" size) should hook up to your shut off valve, but you may need to buy a pipe fitting to adapt to it, that is, if the shutoff valve is not the same size. Let me know if I can be of any assistance. Douglas
Posted on May 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Natural gas regulator
No.. the gas pressure that is run out to the grill should be low pressure allready...just hook it in leak test it and you are good to go....
My grill sits right by my meter about six feet away... I tee'd off at the meter installed a valve and then run right into the grill....works great!!
Posted on May 29, 2010
You will need to replace the orifices and install a propane regulator and hose. Plus, of course, you'll need to buy a 20# cylinder. I looked up your grill serial # and found a parts explosion for your grill. Here is the link: http://www.weber.com/PublicSchematic/view.aspx?model=6821001
If you click on the "additional parts" link, they have the conversion kits listed, but none of them are available anymore. As a propane guy, your best bet is to take it to a local propane co and have them convert it to propane for you. They will drill out your existing orifices and install spuds, and then re-drill smaller holes for the appropriate BTU rating for each burner. Then they can install the regulator and hose and even sell you a new and full 20# cylinder. Call around first and see which one can help you, as not all have serviceman that can do this particular job. Hope this helps. Douglas
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
Dennis, it's not the CFM you need to know, it's the water column inch that is required. In this case it's 7 inches. Also, if you're burying this 40' run, you can't use black iron pipe. A less labor intensive and perhaps less expensive way to go is 1/2" Flexible Copper Refrigerant Tubing. It's comes in 50' & 100 ' roles from your local home center. Even if you're not burying the line, it's a better way to go, as you'll have fewer fittings that could be prone to leaking. I
n addition, you'll also need and an inline gas shut off valve at the connection before the grill and a 12' long quick disconnect gas hose, that connects to the copper pipe connection at the shut off valve and then to the grill. This is a code requirement.
Now, with all this said, I hope you have a Genesis S-330 Natural Gas Grill. Because, the Genesis Propane Grills ARE NOT convertible to Natural Gas. And Genesis Natural Grills ARE NOT convertible to Propane.
Hope all this helped you make the right decisions. Have a great day and Happy Grilling!
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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
SOURCE: i need to convert my
Steve, you also need to change the burner(s) orifices to Natural Gas orifices. Natural gas won't work with Propane orifices.
Good luck and Happy Grilling!!
Posted on May 14, 2011
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