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Sportsman 4,000/3,500-watt Dual Fuel Powered Portable Generator, Runs on LPG or Regular Gasoline Home Depot $269 (non Carb-Compliant)

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Home Depot [homedepot.com]

has this Sportsman Generator on sale for less than 24 hours. 4,000/3,500-watt Dual Fuel Powered Portable Generator, Runs on LPG or Regular Gasoline

there are other Sportsman generators on sale too, like the gas only [homedepot.com] for $249.

Unfortunately, it does not help our brothers and sisters in California as this is not Carb-Compliant.
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Bought one, thanks! I had my eye on it last time it was deal of the day, but forgot about it. Got the warranty too after reading the reviews on cheap hoses/plastics instead of rubber and inability to repair the engine locally. We'll see, hopefully if there is a hurricane, it'll save our food and let us run the window A/C.
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Price for all three (generator, extension cord and cover further down the page):

$344.44

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Product Overview

Conveniently runs on propane or unleaded gasoline

Perfect for camping, tailgating or on the job site

4000 starting watts and 3500 running watts

Model#: 803266

Internet#: 304541553

For unprecedented power and versatility, look no further than this 4,000/3,250-watt Propane Gas Powered Portable Generator. Each generator is perfect for powering household appliances and power tools. The included two 120-volt outlets and 12-volt DC outlet provides plenty of charging power for all of your household items. It features a 7 HP engine that runs at less than 69 dB. This generator runs on both liquid propane gas and regular gasoline for added versatility.

4,000 peak surge watt and 3,500 rated running watt can run most household appliances and power tools

High altitude use: this generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 ft.

Great for use while camping, tailgating or on the job site

Runs on gasoline or liquid propane fuel, giving you flexibility while out on the road or during an emergency

7 HP, 4-stroke OHV engine delivers maximum performance

Four 120-Volt outlets, one 120-Volt RV outlet and one 12-Volt DC outlet; regulator hose kit included

3.6 Gal. fuel tank: gasoline run time 10 hours at 50% load; LP run time 12 hours at 50% load

AVR (automatic voltage regulation), low oil shut off, spark arrestor, engine shutoff switch and circuit breaker

Surge/running watt may be reduced 10 percent when using propane

Propane tank and gas can not included

EPA approved

Note: this model cannot be converted to operate with natural gas

Mobility kit available (sold separately)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sport.../304541553
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Been looking for one of these to prepare for Trump draining the swamp.
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Not recommended for high altitude use
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Over 3000 feet

Dafuq is this "high altitude" definition?
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Great deal bought 3 last time at same price. Also got an coupon off of eBay and brought the price down another $10 $259 plus tax
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Can you link 2 of these generators together? We need some good ones for camping that we can link together!
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Can anyone comment on the AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) and how that impacts use with with modern electronics, or how this might relate to an inverter generator? Intended use is for modern refrigerator with LCD display panel, charging computers, etc. during power outages.
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Quote from CollegeRamenEat :
Not recommended for high altitude use
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Over 3000 feet

Dafuq is this "high altitude" definition?
Google machine says 8,000 feet or higher.
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Can you hook this up to a transfer switch?
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Quote from CollegeRamenEat :
Not recommended for high altitude use
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Over 3000 feet

Dafuq is this "high altitude" definition?
Not recommended for use by Stoners.
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Quote from mtovv :
Can anyone comment on the AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) and how that impacts use with with modern electronics, or how this might relate to an inverter generator? Intended use is for modern refrigerator with LCD display panel, charging computers, etc. during power outages.
Seeing no Answers to your good question, I googled for a comparison between AVR and inverter, and apparently an inverter, being digital and doing a more complex processing of the output, gives a more uniform output than AVR ....... basically every basic generator uses AVR technology.

This might not be expensive, but it's output could damage electronics over time, since AVR output isn't as-purifed as inversion.
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thank you getting one!!
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