Weber Q Grills are fun little work horses! They don’t have the power of a Genesis or a Summit but they also don’t take up much space and they sure don’t break the bank when you buy one. Here are the Weber Q grill parts you need to get your baby grilling again.
There are two generations of Weber Q grills, the “hundred series” and the “thousand series”. The “thousand series” (Weber Q 1000, 1200, 2000, 2200, 3000, 3200) started production in 2014. You can tell if you Weber Q is a “hundred series” or a “thousand series” by checking the label on the back of the grill.
Weber Q Regulators
The regulators on the Weber Q grills have a history of being problematic. The Weber Q 200/220 grills are especially notorious for regulator issues.
Weber Q Grates
Weber Q grates are made of porcelain enameled cast iron. Over time the enamel coating will crack and the grates will begin to rust. You do NOT need to replace the grates just because they are rusty.
To clean a rusty grate we can re-season it like any other piece of cast iron cookware. Simply scrub the rust off with a brush, coat the grates in peanut oil, then place the grates on a cookie sheet and bake them in a 400F oven for one hour. After an hour turn the oven off and let the cast iron slowly cool in the oven.
If you do decide you need new grates then here are the links you need.
Weber Q Burner Tubes
Weber Q Ignition Systems
There are two types of ignition systems on Weber Q grills. The Weber Q 100, 1000, 200, 2000 and 300 grills have a red “push button” ignition system. The Weber Q 120, 1200, 220, 2200, 320 and 3200 have an electronic ignition system.
Grills with electronic ignition systems are easy to identify by the large button that has a picture of an electric spark.
Before you buy a new electronic ignition system do yourself a favor and make sure you aren’t just dealing with a dead battery.
Push Button Igniter Kit for Weber Q 100, 1000, 200 and 2000 Grills
Weber Q Grill Covers
Miscellaneous Weber Q Grill Parts