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

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California compliant

I live in California and wantto use this in my hometown
asked 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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Mrflame
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This All Power generator is not California compliant.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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ProductExpert43
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What is the height with the wheels/legs removed?

Trying to get the height down to 20" or below.
asked 4 months ago
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llloyd
 - Forney, TX
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The height of the All Power Generator without the wheels and legs will be 24".
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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ProductExpert12
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Who makes the engine ?

Was the engine designed by the manufacturer to run on propane, or was ther an aftermarket modification ?
asked 7 months ago
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CaptElco
 - Sumner, TX
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The engine for this generator is built by Jain Dong, and was designed to run on propane.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert13
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It's a Chinese made unit. Overhead valve design. And it's the carburetor that is different. The base engine is nearly identical to a gasoline fueled unit. By nature a propane engine will last longer due to the cleaner burning nature if propane versus gasoline.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Shauer99
 - New Jersey
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What brand of engine powers this generator?

asked 5 months, 4 weeks ago
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Rjbjr
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This engine is a Jain Dong engine.
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
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Does this generator have digital automatic voltage regulation ?

Does this engine have a cast iron sleeve ?
 
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asked 7 months ago
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MajorElco
 - Sumner, TX
on All Power Propane Generator with Electric Start - 10,000 Surge Watts, 7,500 Rated Watts, Model# APG590CN
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The All Power Propane Generator does have digital automatic voltage regulation.
The sleeves in the engine are cast iron.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert12
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Are fumes from propane combustion comparable to a gasoline engine, or are they less noticable?

asked 7 months ago
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Anonymous
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Propane fumes may be harder to detect with the nose than fumes from a gasoline engine but that does not mean they are any safer to breathe. Carbon monoxide fumes are nearly odorless so just like with a gasoline engine, this generator must be operated outdoors where carbon monoxide levels cannot collect and exceed safe levels.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert40
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Is the 120/240 volt plug a 30 amp ?

asked 7 months ago
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3dogs
 - DC
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The 120/240 volt plug on the All Power Generator is a 30 amp.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert12
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Where is the all power 10000 watt generator manufactured?

Are any of your propane powered emergency generators manufactured in the USA
asked 7 months ago
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vishy
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These are manufactured in China.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert7
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all power america 1000 watt propane

What would it take to hook this up to Nat gas out on my patio connection. Would it be an orifice swap?...Scott
asked 7 months ago
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Anonymous
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The manufacturer does not offer a conversion kit for this generator. The manufacturer does not recommend that this unit be switched from propane to natural gas; doing so would void the warranty.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert37
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20lb bbg tank

ok so how many hrs will i get out of the generator at 1/4 load with a reg propane tank from home depot use for grills?
asked 9 months ago
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joe2411
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This All Power Propane Generator can operate on a 20 lb. propane tank for 8 hours at 1/2 load.
answered 8 months ago
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ProductExpert23
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