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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. Not for sale in CA. 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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What is the BTU for item 40914?

asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Based on the continuous watts of 7500 the BTU rating per hour would be 25,591 and when surging to 10,000 watts the BTU rating per hour would be 34,121. This is based on the formula of 1W x 3.412141633.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Can this generator be operated on natural gas?

asked 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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JohnFromEasley
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The All Power Generator can only be operated on propane.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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ProductExpert12
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can this generator hook up to mu 1100 gallon propane tank

asked 3 months ago
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Anonymous
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This generator can connect to a larger propane tank. It would require an 11" water column. Please contact your local propane company when connecting to a larger tank to insure proper connection.
answered 3 months ago
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Is there a gas conversion kit for this generaor ?

asked 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Anonymous
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There is not a gas conversion kit available. This generator has a fuel option of propane only.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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How many amps can I get out of the 120/240 outlet?

I want to hook this up as a whole house generator and need to use one cord for hookup. Can I get 50 amps out of the 120/240 outlet?
asked 4 months, 1 week ago
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BCurious1
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You would get only 30 amps out of a 120/240 outlet.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
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What is the THD of the output at both low and high loads?

asked 4 months, 1 week ago
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Jim1966
 - Connecticut
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The All Power Propane Generator does not provide a THD rating as this is a utility generator, not a pure sine wave generator.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
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Is there a cover for this available?

asked 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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Juboy
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We offer a Classic Accessories Generator cover with dimensions that are 37in.L x 25in.W x 27 1/2in.H.

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answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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California compliant

I live in California and wantto use this in my hometown
asked 6 months ago
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Mrflame
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This All Power generator is not California compliant.
answered 6 months ago
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What is the height with the wheels/legs removed?

Trying to get the height down to 20" or below.
asked 8 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 8 months ago
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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 11 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 11 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 10 months ago
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Shauer99
 - New Jersey
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