- Model Number: G517-0014-W1
Cooking Grate is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 2 out of 5 by GA Golfer from Great cooking - NO endurance! I bought this grill 2 summers ago and immediately fell in love with the True InfraRed cooking system. Flare-up problems are completely eliminated and my meats were grilled to perfection. I now discovered that the grates have ZERO lasting power. I clean them after each use and after two summers of usage, they are no longer useable. The rust has broken thru the porcelain coating and the replacement grids would cost $120 to replace and the support bowl would be another $30. This is unacceptable and I'll be looking for a different grill to replace this one.
Date published: 2015-05-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by SET48 from Extremely disappointed I bought this grill two years ago and absolutely love the infrared concept. Unfortunately, I've already replaced the shield under the grates, and now the grates have completely rusted through and also need to be replaced. This grill has been babied and kept on a covered porch. I would be better off to purchase a new grill than to shell out nearly $100 to replace the grates. Char-Broil has a great concept, but it needs to produce a quality product that doesn't need to be replaced after two years of use.
Date published: 2015-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mars1 from Like the infrared Like the grill but the cast iron grates lasted one maybe 2 seasons max! They were well taken care of but rusted out very badly! $126 to replace the 3 grates!!!! That's not acceptable.
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by schmak01 from Worked great, but too expensive At the price to replace these are a bit absurd. I had a buddy that had a few too many fermented beverages and threw bacon on one last summer, the grease got so hot it actually warped the metal. Considering how thick these are one would think they could stand that. Said person is hencefore banned from being at my house with any bacon. For folks that have some one thing I have done to extend the life is use the PAM grilling spray before I cook. The cans are about $2 at your local grocery, designed to get to 600+F, and great for ensuring no sticking when searing a ribeye for example. I still have the warped grate, its not really that bad just about 1/8" twist, but they work great when I apply a light coat of this spray first. Its been a life and cost saver.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by sadlydisappointed from GRATES ARE TOO EXPENSIVE TO REPLACE I did love it but as indicated below in reviews the cost for parts is far to high. I bought the replacement concave deflection pan, but I will not spend $120.00 for 3 grates it should be 3 for $40.00. Why not do something to keep us as customers verses charging so much for parts. I will have to switch to another brand and tell every one I see that the grill is not worth money due to the cost of parts if needed.
Date published: 2015-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by Yoda1forme from Works great and lasts - when taken care of! I see a lot of comments on here speaking of the grates rusting out. After two summers, and CAREFUL regular cleaning, it has lasted just fine. The first thing I never use on a porcelain grate to clean it prior to use is a metal brush! Always use something soft. I also line the Infrared shield with aluminum foil. These are steps I've taken with grills for years and it does make them last. Before packing it away in the winter, i take off the grates and use hot water with Dawn liquid detergent and soft sponge with an abrasive side. I recommend using nonstick spray when cooking.
Date published: 2015-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by MIST 1 from PARTS DON'T HOLD UP BOUGHT THIS GRILL LESS THAN TWO YEARS AGO, DON'T USE IT THAT MUCH BECAUSE IT'S AT OUR SUMMER HOME, AND THE HEAT GAUGE DON'T WORK, THE GRATES ARE RUSTED, AND THE IGNITER DOES NOT WORK ANYMORE.
Date published: 2016-01-17
What is the best way to clean these grates? I can't seem to get them clean & dont want to use harsh chemicals
To best clean the grates we recommend a nylon brush and warm soapy water or biodegradable grill cleaner. Seasoning the grates with canola oil will also help to keep food from sticking and prevent rust. Please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information.
Date published: 2016-02-08
What is the best way to clean and protect these grates from rusting? I don't want to replace them after only a year and a half, especially not at these prices.
To best clean and protect the grates we recommend a nylon brush and warm soapy water or biodegradable grill cleaner. Seasoning the grates with canola oil will also help to keep food from sticking and prevent rust. Please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information.
Date published: 2016-02-08
Is there any cooking grate other than G517-0014-W1 that can go with model #463251713?
Model # G517-0014-W1 is the only cooking grate that will fit your grill.
Date published: 2016-01-29
I have the charbroil infrared model 463270613 from Walmart. We have the stainless steel grate and I was wondering if I could use one of your porcelain coated cast iron grates placed on top of the stainless steel. If so, which model Number grate.
The only cooking grates that should be used with your grill are G519-A400-W1. These grates are infrared stainless steel cooking grates. We do not recommend using cast iron grates with this grill.
Date published: 2015-07-02
Is there a reason to not use this grate once the porcelain finish is gone?
The porcelain coating helps to protect the cooking grate and keep food from sticking. Give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information on this part.
Date published: 2015-06-02
Is there a set of stainless steel grates that will fit this grill?
There is not a stainless steel cooking grate that would replace this grate.
Date published: 2015-07-12
I NEED THE PART THAT IS UNDER THE GRATE? i DONT SEE IT ANY WHERE i DONT WHAT YOU CALL IT? HEAT GRID? THAT SITS ACROSS THE GRILL UNDER THE GRATE ABOVE THE BURNER?
Please provide us with the model number for your grill and we will be able to find the correct replacement part. This model number should be on the rating label, on the back towards the bottom of the grill, and also on the front cover of the product guide. The model number normally begins with 46. Follow this link for more information... http://support.charbroil.com/help/parts/find-my-model#charcoal
Date published: 2015-05-25
Will this grate fit my Char-Broil model T22-D? I would like to replace one of the two infrared burners I have. Thanks
To best answer this we need the model number for your grill. If your grill is designed for infrared cooking, a convection style cooking grate cannot be used. This model number should be on the rating label, on the back towards the bottom of the grill, and also on the front cover of the product guide. The model number normally begins with 46. Please follow this link for more information... http://support.charbroil.com/help/parts/find-my-model#charcoal
Date published: 2015-05-18