- Model Number: 80021356
Packaged Cast Q Emitter Large is rated out of 5 by 31.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cambria from Too costly and a lot of work to maintain I liked it at first, but you don't get the same grilling experience with infrared as you do with flame. The emitters are high maintenance and need to be cleaned thoroughly after each grilling. They are expensive to replace as I've done several times. I will purchase a different grill come this next summer.
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by SBar from Emitters Just Don't Cut It I have been pleased with my with the exception of the emitters. They are impossible to keep rust free. In fact they are heavily rusted. I have had the grill for just over a year and use it 2-5 times per week. The rusting started almost immediately and is unstoppable regardless of the effective I put into the care and maintenance of them. Prior to my first use I seasoned them as directed. I also put canola oil on them before and after each use but to no avail. I opened a case and was told to use vinegar and water on them as well. That too was of no use. The emitters need to be replaced but rather than spend around $100 to buy replacements I will likely start shopping for a different brand of grill.
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by Miami Don1 from Rusting/Failing Emitters This is my second Charbroil grill (my first was a four burner Commercial Series and I now have a three burner Infrared) and love the performance. However, like most I have an issue with the cost and quality of the stainless steel emitters. I am religious about oiling and burning off the food particles after each use and I keep it cover, yet still I have issues with rusty emitters. I've had the grill for almost two years but did not think I would need to replace the. This quickly. If this is an item that needs to be replaced so frequently then they should not cost $25 per panel!!! Is there a more durable product or material that I should be using?
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by Willnoteverbuycharbroil from Doesn't last! This is the second infrared grill that I own. When I told my wife it was falling apart, she said "you just bought it." I pulled out my owners manual and she was correct. I bought my last one 10/19/13. And yes Char-Broil, I have cleaned and oiled all of the parts. The temperature gauges quit working 6 months ago and the grates are rusting out. Last night the burners would only burn a very low flame. I had company over and had to finish the ribs in the oven. I will never buy one of these grills again.
Date published: 2015-01-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by jjones from replacement price very high for emitter panels. although we like the infrared grill for the taste, the emitter panels are extremely hard to clean and you have to clean after just a couple of uses. Replacing just two panels is over $60 which in my opinion is too high. May plan to go back to the standard grill.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by davislsdc from emitter plates the infrared emitters for this grill are horrible. after less than 2 years of use, mine are rusted and clogged up. I have tried everything to keep them clean, but nothing works. expected allot more from char-broil.
Date published: 2015-02-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by John T from Poor quality I like the way it cooks but for a person who BBQ's 5 times a week your products wear out quickly. I have had this grill for about a year and as of this writing the following items are broken. All Emitters falling apart, lighter switch broken, 3 control knobs broken, Out door cover worn out, Wheel broken on base, and all 3 thermomaters broken.
Date published: 2014-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sunshinedw from Needs replacing too frequently I love the grill it's cooking ability far surpasses any grill I have ever owned however the grates need replacing every year. At over $100 every year it makes me think I need to consider finding another grill. I keep it cleaned, oiled and covered, and still they rust. I live in Florida so it's not a matter of being kept in in climate weather.
Date published: 2015-02-04
I am having the same issue with the infrared emitters. They rust through quickly. At $26 a pop ($52 per pair) this grill is too costly to keep for the long term. Like most I will have to consider another brand, perhaps Weber.
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Date published: 2015-06-22
what are the measurements for this part?
This emitter measures 8.58" x 18.34".
Date published: 2015-05-15
Do I need just one of these to replace the two on my model 463241013 charbroil commercial t-22d?
No, you will need to purchase 2 of this part.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Do the infrared emitters come packed three in a box. Or do you have to buy three separate ones
Each emitter is sold individually.
Date published: 2015-04-15
I have a natural gas commercial gril model number 463268806 it is in great. During a annual cleaning I noticed my brass tubes were not connected on the ends the screws are deteriorated and the carry over tubes are rotted. Should I buy both ?
We would recommend replacing both. Each burner is model # 80016864 and each carryover tube is model # 80005592. These parts are available on the Char-Broil site.
Date published: 2015-03-30
Will this grate fit my model 463270614 - Char-Broil Performance T-22D?
This will not fit your grill. The cooking grate for your grill is model # G519-A400-W1 and it is available on the Char-Broil site.
Date published: 2015-03-16
How many infrared emitters do you get for $25.99?
This large stainless steel infrared emitter is sold individually. It does not come in a set.
Date published: 2015-04-19
What emitter will fit my model 463246910 grill
Each TRU-Infrared emitter tray for your grill is model # 3488898. Each cooking grate is model # 3486613. These parts are available on the Char-Broil site.
Date published: 2015-05-21