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IMPORTANT NOTE All shipments require a working phone number to schedule delivery and proper address for the unit to be shipped out, or your order may be delayed or cancelled.. 10000 Watt Peak Power, 7500 Watt Rated Power. 15 HP 420cc OHV engine Runs 8.5 hrs 1 2 load. Operating Noise 75 dB 5 Gallon Fuel Capacity. 4x AC 120V Outlets 1x 120V 240V Twist-Lock Outlet 1x 120V Twist-Lock Outlet 1x 12V DC. Includes Propane Fuel Hose, Battery, Flat Free Wheel Kit, Volt Hour Meter. EPA and CETL Certified, Non C.A.R.B. Compliant, not available to ship to California
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This All Power Portable Propane Generator provides reliable, clean-burning power for electrical outages and remote projects at home or on the job. Works with 20-lb. propane tanks or larger tank not included . Not for sale in CA. Rated Watts 7, 500, Surge Watts 10, 000, Receptacles qty. 7, Run Time 8 hrs. 1 2 load, Battery Included Yes, Surge Watts LP 10, 000, Fuel Type Propane, Rated Watts LP 7, 500, Battery Required Yes, Noise Level dB 77, Start Type Electric w recoil backup, Engine OHV, Engine Displacement cc 420, Fuel Capacity gal. 20-lb. tank 5 gallons , Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 29 1 2 x 23 x 22
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Purchased this to run my shop during power outage. Have t used it in 7 months until 9-14-2018 as power went out in Hurricane florence. I had it put together and waiting full of oil and ran to make sure it would start. One thing is the wheels aren t good for soft ground, lucky for me i didn t have to roll it far. The other drawback I found is its a gas hog went through a 10 gallon tank of LP gas in 6 hours and is really loud. It sucked down 50 gallons of Lp in 6 days just running 5-7 hours a day. So Loud I didn t put up with it any more than I had too. It cranked on 3-4 pull of starter cord and the battery charged by the end of first day. Used electric start the remaining time I cranked it...