Weber Genesis Grill Parts: Silver, Gold, 1000, 310, 320, 330 and SE Models

Here are all of the essential parts you need to get your Genesis gas grill up and running again!

The naming convention for the Genesis series has changed significantly through the years.  Don’t worry if you do not know the exact name or model of your Genesis.  This guide will help even the most confused griller!

  • There are “E” versions of these grills which means the hood is made from porcelain enameled steel.
  • There are “S” versions of these grills which means the hood was made of stainless steel.
  • There are ES and EP versions of these grill which were “Dealer Specials”.

The E, S, ES or EP designation has no impact on replacement parts as they are fully compatible with each other.

The key to choosing the correct Weber Genesis grill parts lies in measuring the length of the Flavorizer bars.  Once you know the length of the Flavorizer bars most of the other parts automatically fall into place.

Weber Genesis E/S 310, 320 and 330 Parts (Front Mounted Burner Controls)

These are parts for the Weber Genesis 310, 320 and 330 that have the burner controls mounted on the FRONT of the grill.
Weber Genesis e 310 (Front Mounted Burners)

The basic differences between these grills are:

  • 310: Three primary burners
  • 320: Three primary burners and a side burner
  • 330: Three primary burners, side burner and Sear Station burner

These parts will fit both the Stainless Steel and Enameled Steel versions of these grills.

Flavorizer Bars

Flavorizer bars are the V shaped metal shields that are located between the burners and the cooking grate.  These grills have five Flavorizer bars that are 17.5 inches long.

You have several choices for replacement Flavorizer bars.  Weber makes a set from porcelain enameled steel (Part Number 7621) that will last 2-3 years and they make a set from stainless steel (Part Number 7620) that will last 5-6 years.  There are plenty of aftermarket manufacturers that make compatible Flavorizer bars as well.

Here are the links to buy what you need.  The Weber product is usually the most expensive just because of marketing.


Cooking Grates

The cooking grates for these grills come as two panels that are roughly 19.5 x 13 inches.  You have a few choices for replacement grates. Weber makes a porcelain enameled cast iron grate (Part Number 7524), a stainless steel grate (Part Number 7528) and a Gourmet Barbecue grate system (Part Number 7587).


Heat Deflectors and Ignition Kits

The 310 and 320 grills have the same ignition kit (Part Number 7628).  However the 330 grill, which has the Sear Station burner, uses a different ignition system (Part 7629).

The Heat Deflectors (Part Number 65505), which are located under the burner tubes, are the same for all three models.

Covers and Accessories

Don’t forget to grab a cover to help your grill last longer!


Weber Genesis E/S 310, 320 and 330 Parts (Side Mounted Burner Controls)

These are parts for the Weber Genesis 310, 320 and 330 grills that have the burner controls mounted on the SIDE of the grill.  These grills were made between 2007 and 2010.
Weber Genesis e 320

The basic differences between these grills are:

  • 310: Three primary burners
  • 320: Three primary burners and a side burner
  • 330: Three primary burners, side burner and Sear Station burner

These parts will fit both the Stainless Steel and Enameled Steel versions of these grills.

Flavorizer Bars

Flavorizer bars are the V shaped metal shields that are located between the burners and the cooking grate.  These grills have five Flavorizer bars that are 24.5 inches long.

You have several choices for replacement Flavorizer bars.  Weber makes a set from porcelain enameled steel (Part Number 7539) that will last 2-3 years and they make a set from stainless steel (Part Number 7540) that will last 5-6 years.  A company named River’s Edge also makes stainless steel bars in two thicknesses, 16 and 20 gauge, if you want to do an upgrade.

Here are the links to buy what you need.  The Weber product is usually the most expensive just because of marketing.


Cooking Grates

The cooking grates for these grills come as two panels that are roughly 19.5 x 13 inches.  You have a few choices for replacement grates. Weber makes a porcelain enameled cast iron grate (Part Number 7524), a stainless steel grate (Part Number 7528) and a Gourmet Barbecue grate system (Part Number 7587).


Ignition Systems and Burner Tubes

The Genesis 300 series grills made in the first year of production, 2007, have minor differences in the ignition systems and burner tubes than the grills made in 2008-2010.

You can tell if your Genesis 310 or 320 was made in 2007 by the ignition assembly.  Grills made in 2007 have a METAL “box” covering the sparking electrode.  Here is what a 2007 ignition system looks like.

If the electrode housing on your grill looks like what is pictured above then it was made in 2007.  Here are the proper links to the correct burner tubes (Part Number 67722) and ignition kit (Part Number 67726).

The Genesis grills made between 2008-2010 have a white ceramic housing for the sparking electrode. Here is what a 2008-2010 ignition system looks like.

If the electrode housing on your grill looks like what is pictured above then it was made between 2008 and 2010.  Here are the proper links to the correct burner tubes (Part Number 67820) and ignition kit (Part Number 67847).


Weber Genesis Silver (B,C), Gold (B,C) and Platinum Parts (2002-2007)

The Silver, Gold and Platinum (B and C models) were all three burner grills with side mounted burner controls.  Differences in the styling between these grills involved stainless steel components, extended side tables, side burners, etc.

Despite the differences in trim, these grills had the same grill box dimensions and all share the same replacement parts.

Flavorizer Bars

This is important!  Please measure your Flavorizer bars.

These grills have five Flavorizer bars that are 22.5 inches long.

If your grill has five Flavorizer bars that are 23.5 inches long then you have a 2000-2001 model and need to skip to the next section!

Weber’s porcelain enameled bars are Part Number 7536 and their stainless steel bars are Part Number 7537.  You can get better stainless steel bars for less money from aftermarket providers.

Cooking Grate

You have four choices when it come to the cooking grate.

  • Porcelain enameled steel (Part Number 7525)
  • Porcelain enameled cast iron (Part Number 7526)
  • Stainless steel sheet (Part Number 7527)
  • Stainless steel rod (Part Number 7639)

Of the four options I suggest that you get the stainless steel rod grate.  The rods give better grill marks and are easier to clean.

Ignition Kits and Burner Tubes

There was a change in the ignition systems during their years of production but it is pretty easy to spot.  The older systems have a black push button and are held in place with a lock nut.

Older Genesis Silver Ignition

The newer systems had a red button and snapped into place.

The burner tubes were identical for all of the grills.


Catch Pan and Holder

Aluminum Drip Pans

Flavorizer Bars = 23.5 inches

Here is really tricky part of the Weber product line!  These Flavorizer bars are limited to Weber Genesis Gold and Platinum grills made between 2000 and 2001.  You will see a lot of negative comments on Amazon for some of these parts from people with later model Genesis Gold grills buying the wrong part.

I have a 2001 Weber Genesis Gold and it took me a while to figure out what was going on with these parts 🙂

Stainless Steel Flavorizer Bars

Porcelain Flavorizer Bars

Stainless Steel Burner Tube Set

Weber Igniter Kit

Porcelain Enameled Grates

Catch Pan and Holder

Aluminum Drip Pans

Weber Genesis Silver A Grill Parts

The Weber Genesis Silver A is a two burner grill with five Flavorerizer bars that measure 21.5 inches.  The Silver A is an incredible little grill.  If you find one of these on Craigslist don’t hesitate to grab it and fix it up!

Porcelain Enameled Flavorizer Bars

Stainless Steel Cooking Grate

Stainless Steel Burner Tube Set

Small Aluminum Drip Pans

Grill Cover

Ignition system: There are two different ignition systems for these grills (the change happened around 2001).

If the top of the ignitor is red (see picture above) then you need the Snap Fit Igniter Kit

If the top of the ignitor is black (see picture above) then you need the Lock Nut Igniter Kit.

Weber Genesis 1000-5000 Series Grill Parts

If your grill has 13 Flavorizer bars, 5 long and 8 short, then you have one of the first models of Genesis grills even made.  These bars are for the Genesis 1-5, Genesis 1000-5000 and Platinum I and Platinum II grills! Burner controls for these grill will be side mounted.

In my opinion these grills have better heat distribution and fewer flareups than the modern Genesis grills like the Genesis II S 335 and Genesis II S 435 simply because they have more than twice as many Flavorizer bars.

Stainless Flavorizer Bars

Weber Igniter Kit

Porcelain Enameled Grates

Stainless Steel Burner Tube Set

Catch Pan and Holder

Aluminum Drip Pans

 

Weber Genesis Grill Parts

Aftermarket parts for the newest Weber Genesis grills with the GS4 High Performance grilling system are not available.  This version of the Genesis debuted in 2017 and are the first grills from Weber to have rectangular burner tubes.  If you need parts for a 2017 Genesis then contact Weber directly.  Your grill will still be under Warranty and I suspect they will send you new parts for free.

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8 thoughts on “Weber Genesis Grill Parts: Silver, Gold, 1000, 310, 320, 330 and SE Models”

    • I just added the link for the 23.5 inch porcelain bars in the appropriate section above. They are listed directly under the stainless steel flavorizer bars.

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  1. Do you sell hardware for these bbq’s as well? I have a genesis 2 (I think) that I’ve stripped down and would like to put back together using new screws and bolts instead of reusing the old rusty ones that I’m afraid could snap.

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  2. Need a 21-22″ weber genesis gold 2002 quick connect hose for side burner. Original OEM part #71192215W and MH28271

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    • Jay, I am pretty sure this part has been discontinued and is no longer available. I have looked in my favorite hunting grounds and nobody has this in stock.

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