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Customer Reviews for All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN

All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN

Item# 40914
This All Power 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. Engine OHV, Engine Displacement cc 420, Battery Included Yes, Battery Required Yes, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Noise Level dB 77, Rated Watts 7,500, Fuel Type Propane, Surge Watts 10,000, Surge Watts LP 10,000, Rated Watts LP 7,500, Dimensions L x W x H in. 29 1/2 x 23 x 22, Run Time 8 hrs. @ 1/2 load, Fuel Capacity gal. 20-lb. tank 5 gallons, Receptacles qty. 7, Start Type Electric, recoil backup. 10,000 surge watts 7500 rated watts Electric start with recoil start backup Four 120V AC outlets, one 120/240V locking plug, one 120V locking plug, one 12V DC outlet All copper windings Includes wheel kit, propane fuel hose and maintenance-free battery
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN
Review 1 for All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Propane versus gas

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February 5, 2014
By Shauer99
from New Jersey
"After several gas powered generators I upgraded to a propane unit. The ability to leave it sit for extended periods without concern of fuel breakdown issues was my main reason. The ethanol in the fuel here in Jersey breaks down very quickly and fouls the fuel systems very quickly. I maintain small equipment for a living and advise anyone who does not use their generator nearly everyday to purchase a propane unit. Buy a larger unit then you need as the propane is not as powerful a fuel as gas is so a larger unit will assure you that the power you will need will be delivered. The other up side is storing propane can be indefinite as long as it's in a safe place."
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+21points
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Review 2 for All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Easy to operate and assemble

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November 3, 2013
By GMoney77
from NJ
"The last 3 Octobers in New Jersey have really been problematic for power outages. Large storms and hurricanes haven't treated our state well. This year I purchased this as a whole house generator as I'm tired of being without power for over 9 days and living with the in-laws. I assembled this generator and realized it was very solid and a little on the heavy side. Moving it on the wheels with the built in handles is not too difficult. I added oil and hooked it up to a propane tank, followed the starting instructions, and turned the key. The generator fired up easily with no problems. I ran it for about 10 minutes to test out how it would power my home. Everything seems to be working perfectly. I'm going to eventually hook this up to my house propane tank but for now it runs off a gas grill bottle. Overall I'm please with the performance. Only time will tell for reliability but I'm glad I don't have to stay with the in-laws for a week again. Ben Franklin said both house guests and fish begin to stink after three days. Thanks to this generator, I'll be able to weather the storms in the privacy of my own home."
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
+13points
36out of 59found this review helpful.
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