Weber Genesis Silver C Parts Diagram

The Weber Genesis Silver C is a popular gas grill model from Weber. After years of use, some parts may need replacing. Having a diagram of the Weber Genesis Silver C parts can be very helpful for repairs and replacements. This article will provide an overview of the main Weber Genesis Silver C parts with diagrams.

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Weber Genesis Silver C Replacement Parts Diagram

Here is a basic parts diagram for the Weber Genesis Silver C gas grill:

Weber Genesis Silver C Replacement Parts Diagram
  1. Hinge Pin – The pin that helps things swing open or closed.
  2. Left Endcap – The cover on the left side of something, like the end of a tube.
  3. Shroud – A protective cover that goes around something.
  4. Handle – The part you grab onto to open or move something.
  5. Warm-Upโ„ข Basket – A basket used to warm things up.
  6. Warming Rack – A shelf where you can keep food warm.
  7. Cooking Grates – The metal bars where you cook your food.
  8. Flavorizerยฎ Bars – Bars that add flavor to your food while it cooks.
  9. Cooking Box – The space where you cook your food.
  10. 1/4-20 keps nut – A special nut that fits onto a specific bolt.
  11. Slide Out Bottom Tray – A tray at the bottom that you can slide out.
  12. Catch pan holder – Something that holds a pan to catch drips or spills.
  13. Catch pan – A pan used to catch drips or spills.
  14. Left end trim piece – A decorative piece at the left end of something.
  15. Work Surface – The area where you can work or prepare food.
  16. Front Panel – The panel at the front of something.
  17. Swing-Up Work Surface Rod – A rod that helps lift up a work surface.
  18. Swing-Up Work Surface – A work surface that can be lifted up.
  19. Caster Frame – The frame that holds the wheels.
  20. 1/4-20 x 2 inch bolts – Specific bolts that are 2 inches long.
  21. Nylon Washers – Washers made of nylon, a type of plastic.
  22. Bottom Shelf – A shelf at the bottom.
  23. Frame Connectors – Pieces that connect different parts of the frame.
  24. Casters – Wheels that help you move something.
  25. Wheels – Round things that help something move.
  26. Hubcap – A cover for the center of a wheel.
  27. Hair Pin Cotter – A special pin used to hold something in place.
  28. Thermometer – A tool used to measure temperature.
  29. Right Endcap – The cover on the right side of something, like the end of a tube.
  30. Burner Control Knobs – Knobs used to control the burners.
  31. Control Panel – The panel where you control things.
  32. Ignitor Button – The button you press to ignite something.
  33. Control Panel Hardware – Parts that hold the control panel in place.
  34. Side Burner – A burner on the side of something.
  35. Crossover tube – A tube that connects different parts.
  36. Front and Back Burners – Burners at the front and back.
  37. Center Burner – The burner in the middle.
  38. Spider Stopper Guards – Guards that stop spiders from getting in.
  39. Manifold, Hose and regulator (assembled) – The parts that bring gas to the burners.
  40. Manifold Hardware – Parts that hold the manifold in place.
  41. Disposable Drip Pan – A pan you can throw away after using it to catch drips.
  42. Back Panel – The panel at the back.
  43. Left Frame – The frame on the left side.
  44. 1/4-20 x 1/2 inch bolts – Specific bolts that are half an inch long.
  45. Right Frame – The frame on the right side.
  46. Igniter – Something that helps start a fire.
  47. Right End Trim Piece – A decorative piece at the right end.
  48. Wheel Frame – The frame that holds the wheels.
  49. Axle – The rod that goes through the center of a wheel.
  50. Wing Nuts – Nuts that you can tighten or loosen by hand.
  51. Cylinder Panel – The panel that covers a cylinder.
  52. Fuel Gauge – A gauge that shows how much fuel is left.
  53. Liquid Propane Cylinder – A container for liquid propane.
  54. Cylinder Glides – Things that help the cylinder move smoothly.
  55. 1/4-20 x 1 3/4 bolts – Specific bolts that are 1 and 3/4 inches long.
Weber Genesis Silver C parts diagram
Weber Genesis Silver C parts diagram
Weber Genesis Silver C parts diagram
Weber Genesis Silver C parts diagram

Weber Genesis Silver C parts diagram

This provides an overview of the main components and parts involved in a Weber Genesis Silver C grill. Having this reference can make it easier to locate and replace any parts that become worn out or damaged over time.

When shopping for replacement parts, always look for genuine Weber OEM components to ensure proper fit and function. Be sure to have your grill model number handy to find the correct parts. With proper maintenance and replacement of parts when needed, a Weber Genesis grill can provide years of happy grilling!

Weber Genesis Grill Warranty

Hey there! So, you’ve got yourself a Weber Gas Grill, huh? Well, let me break down what this warranty means for you.

Weber-Stephen Products Co. (Weber) promises that if you’re the first person who bought this grill, it’s gonna be top-notch quality. That means it won’t have any problems with how it’s made or put together from the day you bought it, as long as you follow the instructions that came with it.

Now, if Weber wants to make sure you actually bought it when you say you did, so keep hold of your receipt or invoice. That’s your proof!

If something goes wrong with the grill because of how it’s made or used, Weber will fix or replace the broken parts for free. But before you start shipping things back, get in touch with customer service first. They’ll guide you on what to do next. If they agree there’s a problem, they’ll send you the new parts without charging you. Just know, if you need to send back the broken parts, you gotta pay for the shipping upfront. But don’t worry, Weber will cover the shipping costs to send the new parts to you.

But hold up! This warranty doesn’t cover accidents, rough handling, changes you made to the grill, or not taking care of it properly. And if nature decides to throw a tantrum and messes up your grill, sorry, but that’s not covered either.

Oh, and here’s the deal with how long this warranty lasts: it depends on the part. Some parts are covered for a lifetime, others for a few years.

And listen up, this warranty only counts if you bought the grill from a store, not if you got it from somewhere else.

If you have any issues with the gas cylinder that came with the grill, that’s not on Weber. You gotta talk to the cylinder manufacturer first. But if they can’t sort it out, then you can call Weber’s customer service.

Now, let’s talk specifics:

  • Aluminum Castings: Covered for life, but the paint job is only covered for a year.
  • Porcelain Hood Section: Covered for 25 years.
  • Burners: Covered for 10 years.
  • Igniter: Covered for 3 years.
  • Cooking Grates: Covered for 5 years against any problems from when it was made.
  • Flavorizer Bars: Covered for a year as long as they don’t rust through.
  • Thermoplastic/Thermoset Parts: Covered for 10 years, except for any color fading.
  • All Other Parts: Covered for 5 years.

So there you have it! Just remember to keep your receipts safe, follow the rules, and take care of your grill, and you should be good to go!

Troubleshooting for Side Burner

Problem: The side burner won’t light up.


  • Is the flame low even when it’s set to HIGH?
  • Is the flame very yellow and smells like gas? OR
  • Do you hear a popping noise from the burner along with the smell of gas?
  • Is the push button ignition not working?


  • Check if the gas supply is turned on. If not, turn it on.
  • Is the fuel hose bent or twisted? If yes, straighten it out.
  • Look closely at the Spider/Insect Screens. Are there any objects blocking them? (These are small screens that cover the holes.)
  • If there’s something blocking them, clean the screens. (You can find instructions in the “Annual Maintenance” section.)
  • Try lighting the burner with a match. If it lights up with a match, there might be an issue with the ignition system.

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