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Gas Replacement Parts

Weber

Flavorizer Bars

Built for most Spirit 300 series grills
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Set of 5 porcelain-enamelled Flavorizer bars

Fits: Spirit 300 series gas grills (with front-mounted control panels)


Item #7636

  • Out-of-carton Dimensions
    2.5"H x 2.6"W x 15.3"D
    Individual Carton Dimensions
    17.5"H x 5"W x 5.7"D
    Material
    Porcelain-enamelled steel
    Quantity
    5
    Fits
    Spirit 300 series gas grills (with front-mounted control panels)
    • Features
      Catch drippings that smoke and sizzle, adding a smoky flavour to food
      Set of 5 porcelain-enamelled Flavorizer bars
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    Actual product model and features may vary.

Flavorizer Bars is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lasted one year ! These are necessary to disperse the uneven flames coming from my burners. I have hot spots and the last burner in the line has to be turned on high to get any flame. These heat bars rust quickly and develop holes in them that the flames shoot through. With Weber expect to spend $40 every year to replace them and $60 - $70 every 2 to 3 years to replace the cast iron grates. Rust is also an issue with the low grade stainless steel front and shelves. I love Weber grills, but it seems like they are now cutting corners on quality. I grill about once per month and keep the grill covered when not in use.
Date published: 2018-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Much less quality than in the past. I've had Weber Grills for the past 30 years - they were at the top of the quality level. However, the Spirit E310 that I purchased 2 years ago is far from the quality that I knew or expected. The area when the unit meets the base has the paint bubbling and rust is beginning to form. Even worse are the flavor bars. In 2 years they are rusted so bad that 2 actually broke in half. Don't know what has happened to your quality, except to cheapen the parts for more profit, but I might as well buy a grill for $200.00 versus the $500.00+ and then not feel so bad when it begins to fail after 2 years.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Flavorizer Bars have a short life I bought my Weber E310 a few years ago and have had rusty flavorizer bars for at least 2 years. I finally broke down and purchased new bars and cooking grates. My original grate had the cute circle insert that could be interchanged with different cooking surfaces. It also rusted out! Especially by the 4 tabs that seated the circle. I have the pizza stone and the griddle which I’ll just have to use on top of the new rectangular grates. I too have had Weber grills before that have lasted years and am disappointed in how quickly these rusted out. I’m going to keep my dated receipt from Home Depot to see if the quality has been fixed.
Date published: 2019-09-20
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