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eBay - DuroMax Dual Fuel Generator XP4850EH Hybrid Portable Propane / Gas Camping RV Generator $299

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Duromax XP4850EH Hybrid Portable Dual Fuel Propane / Gas Camping RV Generator

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Brand: DuroMax
Model: XP4850EH

Max AC Output (Watts): 4850
Rated AC Output (Watts): 3850
Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons): 4
Engine: 7Hp DuroMax Air Cooled OHV Engine
Low Oil lamp/Shutoff: Yes
Start Type: Electric and Recoil
Spark Arrestor: Yes
Run Time on Gasoline: Up to 8 Hours at 1/2 Load
Run Time on Propane: Up to 9 hours at 1/2 Load on 20 lb. Tank
EPA Approved: EPA and CARB Compliance/50-State Status
CARB Approved: Yes
Current (Volts): 120
Amps: 30 / 15
Decibels (db: )69
Horsepower (HP): 7
Torque (ft/lb): 9.7
Displacement (cc): 210
120V 20 Amp Standard Receptacles: 2
120V/240V 30 Amp Twist Lock Receptacles: 1
10A 12V Utility Connection: 1
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Beware of the seller beneath this one that's selling a FAKE Refurb for 27 bucks...and he has new account at 0!
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I'm thinking about getting this for our park model RV to run the fridge/freezer, furnace/ac, tv, and some lights. The RV has 50A power, so I think I can just get an adapter to take the plug from 50A to 30A to plug into this generator. Can anyone confirm that that method would work?
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I'm thinking about getting this for our park model RV to run the fridge/freezer, furnace/ac, tv, and some lights. The RV has 50A power, so I think I can just get an adapter to take the plug from 50A to 30A to plug into this generator. Can anyone confirm that that method would work?
Yes it will.
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I'm thinking about getting this for our park model RV to run the fridge/freezer, furnace/ac, tv, and some lights. The RV has 50A power, so I think I can just get an adapter to take the plug from 50A to 30A to plug into this generator. Can anyone confirm that that method would work?
This generator is likely to be disallowed in trailer parks, formal campgrounds, etc. Just FYI.
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This generator is likely to be disallowed in trailer parks, formal campgrounds, etc. Just FYI.
Why is that?
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Why is that?
Because these construction style generators are loud. They're usually banned from parks, and banned almost everywhere (campgrounds, etc... You're okay in the middle of nowhere) after dark.

If you want a park friendly generator, you need an invertor generator. In your case, you'll almost certainly need 2 running in parallel as most of them are rated at about 2000-2200w.
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Now all we need is an eBay coupon...
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