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I have provided 2 links for you. One is the Assembly Manual for the Genesis B 330 and the other is the Owners Manual. Both should prove invaluable to you, in replacing the Ignitor Button. You can download and print each manual for future reference.
What you're referring to is called a Collection Box. It traps gas so it will ignite. You can purchase a new one directly from Weber or from Appliance Factory Parts http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/
Hope this helps you get the part you need. Happy Grilling!!
Check with Lowe's. They carry a large number of generic grates for gas and charcoal grills. However you must have the dimensions of the grates or take the old ones with you to the store to match them up.
You'll need to remove the burners and make certain there's no debis blocking the holes. Dirt, rust and spider webs are common obstruction and need to be cleared away. Also make sure gas feed tube is firmly seated to burner.
the flames should be blue and the burners clean. check gas pressure and the air mixture dampers. touch air will give you the same effect. if the burners are clean, it is the mixture. as far as the slots in the bottom. i have not seen that. but i work on commercial ranges.
How rusted are the burners? It is possible there is rusted metal blocking the gas ports. I don't have enough information from you regarding the problem...do you hear the gas flowing when you turn the burner open and the gas bottle is open?
Go to your user's manual, there should be an illustrated parts list. From there you can order new burners...you can also do this at Char-Broil's website.
Burner replacement is easy: take the grills out, then remove the flame tamers (the tent looking thing that sits over the burner to prevent flame-ups), the burners are screwed in to the grill at the back, remove the screws then grab the burner, pull towards the back of the grill and then up...this will disengage it from the gas valve in the front of the grill. Putting in a new one is the exact revers of this procedure...just make sure when you put the new ones in you make sure the burner's gas intake is connected to the valve at the front of the grill. Once done, you should be good to go.