Lynx Grills have consistently remained at the top of the luxury outdoor equipment manufacturers. These grills are made in the USA of high quality materials. Sometimes parts in the grills will corrode over time. These frequently include burners, cooking grates, briquette trays and ignition. Replacing parts in your Lynx grill is not as daunting a task as you may think. Virtually every part is still available even in their introductory grills. In order to identify the correct parts for your grill, it is important to not only know your model number but your serial number as well. This is because these grills have made many design improvements over the years while keeping the model numbers the same. Thus, making it difficult to identify parts on model alone. Having your serial number allows us to be completely sure we are ordering the correct part for your grill.
To identify the series you have, there are 3 ways to locate : your manual, underneath your drip tray or behind your control panel. And if all else fails, you can send us a picture of your grill and the parts you need and we can help identify them. (or you can watch the short video below)
In order to locate the correct Parts List for your Lynx Grill you will need your model number and the third digit (or letter) to identify the series of the grill. Look under the grease tray for the sticker as seen below :
There are over 12 different series in the Lynx line of grills. Two series in the Premier Grills and ten in the Professional Grills.
The Premier series consists of series 0, 1 and E and they have models that begin with LBQ.
The Professional series also consists of E but in this series, the model numbers begin with L. There are also F & G, H, J, K, L, M, N & P and Q. Most of these design improvements lie in the ignition system, hood , sear burner and briquette trays. The brass burner has remained consistent throughout the years.
The following are the Parts Schematics for each of the Lynx Grill Series.
The Premier series 0,1 were the introduced the Lynx Grill into the marketplace. They were one of the first true luxury brand grills. There were three models in this series LBQ27, LBQ36 and LBQ48.
When you locate your series, choose the parts breakdown below :
Premier Series :
Premier 0,1 LBQ 2000-2001 (Rotary Ignition)
Premier E LBQ 2002-2004 - Premier E and a model of LBQ27, 36, 48 (Battery Ignition)
The first group of grills in the Professional Series is the E. Note: There is an E in the Premier series but the models in that group start with LBQ.
To determine if your grill is in this series, your model number will start with an L and the third digit in the serial number will be a E.
The Lynx E Series Grill included models L30, L42 and L54.
The L30 models have 2 burners, the L42 have 3 burners and the L54 have 4 burners.
These grills used a battery operated igniter that has a battery holder on one or both sides if the grill, depending on the model.
Below you will find a schematic of the grill that will aid in ordering replacement parts.
Professional Series :
Professional E "L" 2002-2004 - Professional E and a model of L30, 42, 54
The second series in the Professional line is the F&G. This series included a model line up of L27, L30, L36, L42 and L55 which still remain today.
Here is a video on replacing the spark generator 31161 and 31162 repair parts
Professional F & G 2005
Professional H 2006
The J series Grill Introduced the glow coil electrodes. This ignition system was seen in the K series as well. These electrodes have been discontinued and will need to upgrade to the Hot Surface Ignition
Professional J 2007
Professional K 2008-2009
The L series introduced yet another ignition design, the glow plug hot surface ignition. This still exists in current models.
Professional L 2010
Professional M 2011
Professional N&P 2012
Professional Q 2013
Lynx Grills in Great Britain. Serial number will start with a C
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If you need any assistance, call The BBQ Depot at 877-983-0451. We are authorized warranty and service agents for Lynx Grills.
Once you have located the part you need, you can search the part number in the search box at the top of our website. If we do not list the part online, give us a call at 877-983-0451 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can locate the part for you. As a Lynx service dealer, we have access to every part.