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DuroMax XP4850EH 4850 watt Dual Fuel Hybrid generator w/ Electric Start Refurbished

The DuroMax XP4850EH Propane Generator is a powerful, gas and propane powered unit that will provide reliable power whenever you need it. It features the DuroMax Dual Fuel Technology that is now capable of nearly doubling the lifetime of your generator by being able to run on cleaner burning propane from a BBQ tank or main line. There are many advantages to running a Generator on Propane, including being easy to store, longer lasting and more readily available during disasters. Switching over from gas to propane is easy and is done so with a simple flip of a fuel switch. By using Propane, it will also give you quicker, more steady starts every time. It provides a constant 3,850 watts of power and a peak of 4,850 watts. This will adequately handle most household items needed in a emergency or power outage including refrigerator, lights and other basic necessities. The DuroMax XP4850EH unit features a 7 Horsepower, Air Cooled Engine and is designed with a Low-Oil Shutoff Sensor to protect the Motor. It offers the switching capability of running on Propane or Gasoline fuels. Built to offer more power and longer lasting durability, The DuroMax XP4850EH Generator has a Cast-Ironed Sleeved, 196cc engine rated at 7 HP delivering a peak of 4,400 surge watts / 3,500 Constant. This is a sufficient amount of power that can handle an overhead Air Conditioner in a RV to basic house power. Safe & Reliable Operation for Any User Designed for Safe and Easy Operation, the XP4850EH features a user-friendly, Electric Start, that's as simple as starting your car. It is also equipped with a recoil start in case of the battery being drained. Solid-Fill tires are also standard, they will never run flat, and high leverage handles that make it easy to transport over every terrain. The attached over-sized noise reducing Muffler has a built-in Spark Arrestor for safe use in mandated camping areas and job sites.

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