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Charmglow is one of the most famous names in gas grills. Since the brand's introduction in the 1960s, we divide the Charmglow grills into three different eras.  Below we have listed the parts information for the three time frames.

  1. We understand the Charmglow brand name was acquired some time ago by Home Depot so they could use it as a private label brand.  They have used the Charmglow name on a line of gas grills they have been selling for, at least, 20 years.

    Since Home Depot been using the name Charmglow as almost a private label brand, the grills sold there have usually been made by either Nexgrill or Brinkmann. They will normally carry two model numbers: the Home Depot model number and the manufacturer's model number, either Brinkmann or Nexgrill.  The manufacturer's model number is best way to find the replacement parts you need.

    If it is made by Brinkmann, the model number normally starts with "8" and usually has three digits: 810, 820, 830, 840 or 850 followed by additional numbers.  Click here to go our Brinkmann page and use our model number look up to search for your model number.

    If it is made by Nexgrill, the model number normally starts with a "7" and usually has three digits at the beginning: 720, 730, 740, or 750 followed by additional numbers.  Click here to go to our Nexgrill page and use our model number look up to search for your model number.

     
  2. Early Charmglow Models (pre 1985). See below.
     
  3. Charmglow Models from approximately 1985 to the late 1990s. See below.
 
Early Charmglow Models (pre 1985)
1960s to the early 1980s.   Charmglow established its reputation for quality during this time period with grill models such as Party Host, Master Chef, and Perfect Host.   The company also used the initials of family members and staff to name their grills:  HEJ,  AMK,  JAK,  TNK,  SNR, and CC1.  We have a very good supply of parts for these models in stock.
For the alphabet model numbers or numerical model numbers of the Charmglow "era one" directly below, we offer individual parts and shopping cart ordering.  Click directly on your model number to go to the parts list and shopping cart.
Mister Chef Models
AMK 2000
AMK-T 2200
  
Party Host Models
HEJ-1 3000
HEJ-1T 3200
HEJ-I  
    

Perfect Host Models

TNK 1000
TNK-E 1500
JAK 66-JAK

Chef's Choice Models

 
Round Kettle Style
SNR
 
Gas Tabletop Models
TPC 100
5110 6110
6113 7110
Bantam
 
Charmglow Models - Approximately 1985 to late 1990s
Charmglow grills continued to be produced from 1985 to now.  Beatrice Foods did most of the manufacturing in the 1980s.  From the 1990s to now, Sunbeam has owned and produced Charmglow grills.

We supply these parts only by model number and/or part number.  We do not sell parts by size or description.  Also, we do not have any windows, window frames, top or bottom lid castings or any cart parts.

Use the model number look up or part number look up below to order Charmglow parts.  If you have a Charmglow model number or a Charmglow part number that does not appear in our database, you can send an inquiry by using our inquiry form.

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What We Sell:  We sell the popular replacement parts for the brands of gas grills listed on our website. All the parts we sell are shown or listed on our website. We have no other parts to add to orders and no other parts available for sale. We offer shopping cart ordering - either by model number, by part number, or by descriptive, illustrated list of parts.  We reserve the right to limit quantities ordered.
How To Order:  All orders are placed through our website: bbqparts.com.  Please use our online brand shopping carts for efficient order processing. Sorry, we are unable to combine orders nor can we add to orders after the shopping cart is charged and closed out.
How To Contact Us:  Sorry, we do not offer phone service.  We find we can offer better and more informed customer service by responding to email questions and queries.  Click here to go to our customer inquiry form.  If you need to report damaged or missing parts, please click here for that report form.  Thank you.
How To Pay: Orders can be charged to Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. Sorry, we do not accept American Express, money orders, or checks.
Where We Ship: We only ship to 48 of the United States, the states sometimes referred to as the "lower 48." All orders are shipped via United Parcel Service ground service.
How We Ship:  We only ship to the lower 48 United States and only via UPS ground service.  We need a street address for the shipping address.  No PO Boxes.  Sorry, we are unable to combine orders nor can we add to orders after the shopping cart is charged and closed out.  We have no local pick up.  We usually ship within two business days of the receipt of order.
Where We Are:  Our shipping and warehouse location is in St. Petersburg, Fl.  All parts orders are shipped from St. Petersburg, Fl.  We do not have a retail store and do not offer customer pickup at our warehouse.
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