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Must Have for Every Weber Grill Owner (TIP: Before Buying Other Weber Parts, Check your Weber Warranty - It May be Covered!)
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2018
To ALL THE WEBER owners out there, please check your WARRANTY before buying parts. Granted, these drip pans should be replaced at least every grilling season/year and they don't come with a warranty, but there are other Weber parts that may fail, but are still covered under warranty.
Although the electric igniter only has a 2-year warranty (I typically get about 3 years before it fails) and stainless steel flavorizer bars have a 5-year warranty (I usually get about 6 years), the stainless steel burners have a 10-YEAR WARRANTY and the stainless steel shroud (Top Cover) has a 25-YEAR WARRANTY. I had my stainless steel shroud replaced for FREE by Weber last year (inside bottom rusted out) and they just sent me new stainless steel burner tubes (rusted out) for FREE last month. Weber grills are expensive, but they stand by their products with a great warranty.
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