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All Power America Propane Generator with Electric Start - 6000 Surge Watts, 5000 Rated Watts, CARB-Compliant, Model# GG6000P

Item# 26044
This All Power America Propane Generator with electric start lets you take reliable, clean-burning performance anywhere. Battery Included Yes, Battery Required Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 26.5 x 22 x 20, Engine OHV 4-stroke, Fuel Type Propane, HP 13, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Noise Level dB 71, Rated Watts 5,000, Rated Watts LP 5,0000, Receptacles qty. Two 120V outlets, one 120V locking plug, one 120/240V locking plug and one 12V DC outlet, Start Type Electric, Surge Watts 6,000, Surge Watts LP 6,000. Hour meter for easy maintenance Low oil shutdown Operates at 71dB CARB- and EPA-approved Includes wheel kit
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Questions & Answers for All Power America Propane Generator with Electric Start - 6000 Surge Watts, 5000 Rated Watts, CARB-Compliant, Model# GG6000P

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does this have a L14-30 outlet?

asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes this unit has an L14-30 twist lock receptacle.
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MPG?

Hi,

compared to Gasoline, how many Hours can you get out of a portable propane tank?

Thank you,
Scott
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Brooklyn NY
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This propane generator would compare to the All Power gasoline generator item #213410(See below.)
because both generators have identical start up and running watts.
The propane unit gets 8 hours run time at 1/2 load and has a 20 pound tank.
The gasoline unit gets 9 hours run time at 1/2 load and has a 6.5 gallon tank.
Gasoline and Propane tanks are difficult to calculate and compare because the nature of the two fuels in question are so different.
MPG stands for mile per gallon and as generators are not moving vehicles, does not apply at all.
 
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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how long does it run on 20lb tank of propane

asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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The run time for this generator is 8 hours at 1/2 load.
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Can I use a standard 20# lp tank for this?

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Yes, you can use a 20lb propane tank with this generator.
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Is this product american made?

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No, this All Power generator is made in China.
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Does this generator have a recoil start

Is it hard to pull, can it start with a rope.
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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 - Minnesota
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Recoil start is not a option on this generator.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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will it run at high altitudes?

I live in colorado and go to the mountains
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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 - denver colorado
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For higher altitudes you would need to take the generator to a service center and have them adjust the carburetor to the higher altitude.
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Does this Model come with the hose and connector in order to connect to a propane tank? It doesn't specify.

I see another model where it lists the hose coming with it. I would like to order this product, but I would like everything required for it to work when received. Also can it be shipped quicker for an extra charge?
asked 2 years ago
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Chrisinbrooklyn
 - Brooklyn NY
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This generator does not include the propane hose or connector. It is factory shipped therefor expedited shipping is not an option.
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This generator connects to a portable propane canister. Can it be connected to household propane? If yes, then how. Thank you.

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This All Power America Propane Generator can be hooked up to house hold propane. The connection to would have to be before the regulator to get the 10 lbs pressure required for the generator.
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Can this be used for sensitive equipment like computers and TV’s?

asked 2 years, 4 months ago
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The All Power Propane generator can be used with sensitive equipment such as a computer or TV as long as a line conditioner (surge protector) is used. These can be purchased locally at a home improvement store or hardware store.
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