One of the most common reasons people contact The BBQ Depot is to get replacement parts for their luxury grills. Because we sell high-quality grills by brands like Lynx, Sedona (by Lynx), Twin Eagles, Delta Heat (by Twin Eagles), Alfresco, and Artisan (by Alfresco), we make sure to also stock the genuine brand-name replacement parts.
It doesn’t matter how well you maintain your grill, how expensive it was, or how high quality the craftsmanship is — eventually, you’re going to need replacement parts. Keep in mind, if you care for your grill, you will greatly extend the life of the grill and the parts.
Some people try to save money on grill replacement parts by getting low quality (imported) aftermrket parts, which is sometimes worthwhile, and most of the time times not. We have seen port hole in burners in the wrong place which could potentially be dangerous!
Certain replacement parts and supplies won’t matter as much, but others are very important — especially if you’re working with a gas grill.
When you’re literally cooking with gas, it’s recommended that you play it pretty safe, and sometimes getting cheap off-brand replacement parts can be dangerous.
Even if you don’t have any accidents, the cheap parts could cause other issues in your grill, which will become more expensive to fix. If the damage is bad enough, you may even need to replace your grill entirely.
At The BBQ Depot, we can help you troubleshoot what’s going on with your Lynx grill and then find the correct replacement parts you need to fix it.
Regardless of what parts you need for your Lynx barbecue grill, we can help you find them.
We keep a detailed list of which model grills each replacement part is compatible with. If you know what your grill model number and series is, you might be able to figure out which part you need on your own.
If you need help finding your grill’s model number, you can check out our handy guide here. You can also see a parts breakdown here.
Regardless, we’re always available to help you — even if it’s just to confirm that you found the correct part. Don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll double-check the information for you.
Additionally, some parts are interchangeable between Lynx grills and their Alfresco brand. If you’ve been searching for an Alfresco part and are having trouble, the Lynx equivalent may work for your grill, but we can let you know for sure.
You can find more information about each type of Lynx grill replacement part here. You can also search for the replacement parts you need by sorting them according to the size of your grill.
Lynx has many different replacement burners and related parts available. We keep plenty of them in stock, and can even help you find aftermarket parts when necessary.
Whether you need a Brass Burner, Ceramic Burner, ProSear burner, or ProSear burner screen, we have what you’re looking for.
We also have genuine replacement parts for Lynx grills that have been discontinued or upgraded. No matter the series, we can help you find what you need to get your Lynx grill up and running again.
Replacement Lynx burner prices range from about $65.00 (Prosear Screens) to $450.00 for complete burner replacements.
Lynx briquette trays and other assembly parts are readily available at The BBQ Depot.
Briquette trays (or any heat dispursing part) tend to take the biggest beating — they’re directly above the flame and they get juices and sauces directly dripping on them eventually leading to the briquettes will cracking and the trays will falling apart. In fact, they’ll probably be one of the earlier grill parts that need to be replaced.
You can lessen the frequency of this happening by periodically brushing off the bruquettes and trays. We suggest refraining from using water or checmical on the briquettes and trays as it will increase the breakdown of the ceramic briquette.
Now, the key is to balance the amount of build-up you leave on the briquettes. You want them to smoke to add flavor but you also do not want a flare-up from grease build-up. You want to brush off any grease and food that will will come off.
With Lynx, you can purchase briquette trays on their own, or you can purchase an assembly, which includes the tray, ceramic briquettes, and clips to hold the briquettes in place.
Replacement tray prices range from about $50.00 to $115.00, with tray assemblies ranging from $138.00 to $153.00.
Lynx cooking grates are relatively straightforward in that the size should match the size of your grill. But you should always check with your model number to ensure that you’ve chosen the correct grate.
Something many of our customers love is that we offer aftermarket cooking grates. They’re the same excellent quality, but cost a fraction of the price of the brand name Lynx grates.
When aftermarket equivalents are available, it is noted on each individual product page on our site.
As always, if you have questions regarding your specific grill model, give us a call, or check our guide to help you find the information you need on your Lynx grill.
Replacement cooking grate prices range from about $110.00 to $350.00.
Lynx drip pans can last a long time, provided that you clean them regularly. However, if you neglect your cleaning duties for too long, grease can build up on the pan and eat through the metal.
All drip pans sold at The BBQ Depot are genuine Lynx products made by the manufacturer.
Lynx drip pans are one of the more expensive replacement parts you may need to buy (which is all the more reason to clean it regularly). Drop pans range from about $245.00 to $590.00.
Grill ignitions are made up of a few different parts including spark generators, glow plugs, electrodes, and wires. With so many parts (and most of them so small), it’s easy to mix them up and purchase the wrong parts.
Complicating matters is that Lynx has changed their ignition system over the years, switching out the push button model for a rotary option. Newer Lynx grills have a knob that initiates the spark to light that all-important fire.
Furthermore, the ignition system is something that takes a beating. Anything with moving parts is more likely to fail than something static. Every time you light the grill, that button is pushed — or the knob is turned — at least one time. The more you use it, the faster it wears out.
Lynx ignition replacement parts vary widely in price, starting at about $5.00 and going up to about $355.00. If you’re unsure of which parts you need, check in our handy guide.
Early Premier Series Lynx model grills used a black plastic knob. They have since changed to a metal knob still used in current models. Occasionally, they need to be replaced especially when the plastic insert melts. You can avoid this by never grilling with the hood down on high temperatures. Thankfully, they are easy to replace. Anything can happen to a grill knob, including damage sustained from high heat to a kid hitting it with a toy to …taking the knob off and losing it.
The main consideration is that there are a couple of different types of knobs (rotisserie versus main burner and proserar controls). Additionally, there are sets you can purchase if you need more than one.
Replacement Lynx knob parts range from about $2.00 to $62.00.
Functional gas valves are necessary for a functional gas grill. Gas valves are the objects that bring gas through the burners.
Unfortunately, gas valves can freeze when temperatures dip too low. Sometimes, you can use a product like WD-40 or Liquid Wrench to loosen the valve.
But if it’s truly stuck, it will need to be replaced. As if you twist to hard to turn it, the valve stem wil break off.
Because Lynx gas valves have changed over the years, it’s important for you to know what model grill you have before purchasing valves. Which product you need will depend on the year in which it was manufactured.
We don’t typically see many requests for orifice replacements. In fact, we only really see this request when someone is switching their gas grill from a propane fuel source to natural gas.
Lynx valve and orifice prices (in addition to the other necessary parts that go along with them) vary widely, starting at about $5.00 and going up to about $205.00.
A warming rack on your grill is one of the most underrated parts. It keeps the finished food warm while the rest of it is still cooking. It ensures that everyone gets a hot meal (provided they don’t wait too long to get their food).
Lynx makes multiple warming racks (also called warming shelves) to go with every grill they manufacture.
Of course, you’ll need to double-check the series of your grill to determine which warming rack you need to purchase with the exact model number of your grill. Again, you can find that information in our guide, or you can call the office and we’ll help you figure it out over the phone.
Replacement Lynx warming rack prices range from about $84.00 to $140.00.
Of course, there are plenty of other replacement parts that don’t fit into these categories. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, be sure to check the miscellaneous page. It includes items such as:
Prices for the miscellaneous replacement items Lynx manufactures vary extensively. Rubber hood bumpers are as little as $2.00, whereas drip trays can cost as much as $496.00.
Every grill aficionado eventually reaches a point when they need to ask if their grill can be repaired or if it’s time to throw in the towel and buy a new one.
The answer will vary from person to person, but there are some surefire signs that repairing your old grill isn’t worth the trouble.
The main reason we see people replacing their grills is that they’ve already spent a lot of money on replacement parts and they’d rather buy a new one than sink more money into their old one. Although, if the grill body is in great shape like the LBQ Premier Grill pictured above, we would suggest taking care of the burners (which should last for years) and keeping the grill clean. Keep in mind new models have more working parts which means replaceing more working parts.
Another common reason is that the grill is so old, replacement parts are no longer made for their grill model, or that the parts are very hard to come by, and therefore more expensive. Lynx has discontinued manifold, for example, on older grills. So, you may have no choice if the manifold is compromised.
There are also other, more simple reasons like moving and not wanting to take the grill or wanting a different size. No matter what you’re looking for, the knowledgeable experts at The BBQ Depot will be happy to help you.
Remember that the key to making your grill last as long as possible is regular cleaning and maintenance.
You should be doing (at least) an annual proper deep cleaning and inspection, but be sure to clean studiously after each use to prevent grease fires.
All of the grill brands we carry have warranties of some kind. Some have limited lifetime warranties on certain parts, while others are a bit less generous.
Regardless of the warranty, neglecting to care for the grill properly can affect what the manufacturer is willing to cover free of charge.
If you’re still unsure of what you need, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or stop in if you’re nearby. Our showroom in Hollywood, Florida is open six days a week, but you can call or email at any time. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Our staff has been in this industry for decades now. All this experience has afforded us with unique and in-depth knowledge of grills. In fact, we’ve been known to correctly help customers troubleshoot what’s wrong with their grills over the phone.
Once we know what the problem is and we can determine which grill model you own, we can get your parts shipped to you, or we can order them if we don’t have them in stock. We know how frustrating it can be to see your beautiful grill outside and not be able to use it, but we can help.
And better yet, our dedicated customer service professionals can help you even after you receive your replacement parts. We even have technicians that can go to your house and repair your grill for you.
If you still need more information, please feel free to explore ourI.Q. Learning Center,drop us a line, orgive us a ring. We’d love to help you get your Lynx grill back up and running.by Tracy Hollander