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I Don’t See My Viking Model Number
Viking makes some very lovely barbecue grills, so it makes sense that they would hide the tag that includes the model number you need.
For most of their BBQ model numbers, you should start by searching on the front, left side of the grill, beneath the knobs. Search for a white label attached to the bottom of the grill.
Because of the obscure location,want to bring a flashlight to illuminate the tag for better visibility.
Once you’ve located the tag you will see that model number is clearly labeled.
Most of the model numbers start with a “V”, with a few exceptions, for example for their Designer Series Products.
Viking Repair? Need Help?
We’re confident that you won’t need any help replacing the porcelain steel wire cooking grid, since we assume that anyone who owns a Viking grill is pretty comfortable with simple repairs.
However, when it comes to removing and installing a new stainless steel burner, you may appreciate a little advice. For this reason we have developed a bunch of helpful locations on our site that you’ll want to get familiar with. Check out our links below; you can search our how-to articles for step-by-step instructions, or visit our Repair Forum where you can find expert advice on a myriad of grill repairs.
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Made in the USA
Here are some fun facts about Viking grills: Did you know the majority of their products are made in the USA? There are some exceptions to this, as I am sure that some components come from abroad.
Also, many Viking products are Star-K certified which means these products have been designed to meet the needs of the kosher consumer. The last is that they are advocates of breast cancer awareness and have even auctioned off a pink D3 range with a matching D3 ventilation hood. Who knew?