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All Power

Model APGG10000

Internet #202757614

10,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Mobility Cart, Electric Start

$698.97 /each

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All Power's new APGG10000 offer the most cost effective generators among its competitors, in addition to some extra features. It has a robust 10000W power supply, and runs 9 hours at 1/2 load. It is ultra quiet at 76dB. And it includes hour meter and wheel kit for your convenience. The push electric start feature would be a great help, and the battery comes with the generator for free. EPA Approved.

  • 420cc OHV air cooled engine
  • Peak 10000 Watt rated 8000 Watt
  • Runs 9 hours at 1/2 load
  • 2 AC Duplex 120 Volt outlets, 1-120 Volt twist lock outlet, 1-120/240 Volt twist lock outlet, 1-12 Volt DC
  • Operating noise 76dB
  • Includes hour meter, maintenance free battery and wheel kit
  • Click on the “More Info” tab to download the specifications pdf to view the wattage requirement guide
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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does it provide clean power

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ned it to be able to run computers and home medical equipment
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June 3, 2016
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if you want clean power flowing to your sensitive items like comp,etc you should have a batteries back ups going to the items either one big one or just little ones going to your systems.
batteries back ups always try to maintain 120 V. along with the 60 cycles. if the generators drops below 120 V & 60 cycle.. may be due to bad gas or what ever, the batteries will kick in to maintain proper smooth flow
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if you want clean power flowing to your sensitive items like comp,etc you should have a batteries back ups going to the items either one big one or just little ones going to your systems.
batteries back ups always try to maintain 120 V. along with the 60 cycles. if the generators drops below 120 V & 60 cycle.. may be due to bad gas or what ever, the batteries will kick in to maintain proper smooth flow until the generator or home feed come up to par, even your home feed from your utility could run low but you do not know this until your motors or computers over heat which is not good..
well i hope this helps, sorry i am not good with grammar or spelling.
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October 6, 2015
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For my older non inverter generator I have used a backup battery for computers. I have used this many times and have never had a problem as the battery backup acts like a pure sine inverter.
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September 18, 2015
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Hello Gridlokd, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
For generator power clean enough for computers and medical equipment, you should choose either a portable inverter generator, or an automatic standby generator.
Here’s a link to inverter generators on Read More
Hello Gridlokd, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
For generator power clean enough for computers and medical equipment, you should choose either a portable inverter generator, or an automatic standby generator.
Here’s a link to inverter generators on homedepot.com:
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Outdoors-Outdoor-Power-Equipment-Generators-Inverter-Generators/N-5yc1vZcbpx
I hope this helps,
Chris.
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Can I get a rain check?

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If I go I to my local store, can I get a rain check for this price so when they are back in stock I can get one at this price?
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I tried to answer your question twice but HD refused to post. I would shop around because there are better deals than HD with same product. You can save fifty percent.
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This item was "out of stock online" until the sale went off and now that the price is back to normal there seems to be plenty to purchase. What kind of sales tactic is that? I shop Home Depot almost exclusively but this is very disappointing.To continue to be a loyal satisfied customer, I would expect to be able to purchase this generator at the sale price of $599.99.
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Main breaker is 100amp, could i still connect a 66.7amp generator to 100amp transfer switch

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Hi Sam,
The 100 amp rating is the maximum the switch will handle, thus anything less such as 66.7 amps will work.
Mike
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Where can I get parts - my electric starter went out?

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Ben, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please contact the vendor to order replacement parts. The vendor's phone number is 888-896-6881. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No regrets I bought this product a couple years ago. I have tested it, but never used it. I decided to test it again after it had been sitting for about 18 months. It started on the first pull. (Battery had no charge, but I expected that). I use Sea Foam for storage, but keep it outside in a protected mini shed. When I tested it 18 months ago, I hooked it up to my load center and was able to run everything in the house including central air. Most of my appliances are gas, so 10,000 is ample for everything. I didn't have to decide what circuits I wanted to use....just used them all. I will say, however, that CFL light bulbs cannot handle the dirty power and they will blow. I didn't try my computer, but I did try televisions and they worked fine. May 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk I have this generator that I got from Home Depot November 2014. It has been stored in my garage and only used during power outages. It has 35 hours total run time. It stopped running abruptly this weekend. Now it seems that the motor is locked up, will not turn over with starter or pull rope. I have been listing to music all morning waiting for someone to answer any of phone number listed. Paper work confirms the motor was made in China. CUSTOMER SERVICE IS NON EXISTENT. PAID $1000 and only 35 hours is $27 an hour to run it plus gas. I will NEVER buy anything with allpower America on it. I would advise everyone to think long and hard before buying February 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 10,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator Generator received as advertised, except for the fuel level indicator - It has a bypass valve setup instead. I do like the hard rubber tires (no more flats), but the unit is quite heavy (approx. 250 Lbs.) and may be difficult for some to muscle around. It is a bit noisier than expected, but puts out enough power to supply my needs as an on-site power source ... I buy ''throw-away' homes and remodel them for re-sale in my retirement. For the sale price of $699.00, I feel it was a good investment. Should also be adequate as back-up in the event of a power grid failure. I would recommend this item. December 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Locked up. Had generator about 1 1/2 years very light use never powered more than a few lights and a tv during power outages At 37 hours it locked up won't crank with starter or pull rope Pretty sure it slung a rod in motor Looks like it cost me $27 a hour to own it hopefully Home. Depot will give me another or refund my $1000. January 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ALL and All Great Performance As you can see in the photo I put my genraor on my concession stand KanEric's Place Machias Me.. Hooked into 110 at frist with outstanding performance and then into 220 which even incresed more so. I can run every bit of my machines,Fridge ,Freezer,Fryolator steamer, Slow Cooker, Microwave,coffeepot and every electrical outlet without one problem.The only thing I'd say that could be changed is it has no fuel Gauge which would have been a big help. May 22, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 10,000-Watt 15 HP Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Mobility Cart, Electric Start Appears to be a good and decent generator. Instructions were lacking and could be improved. I also had to use some of my own bolts and washers instead of what came with the generator. What was present would not work. Also there were no instructions on how to hook up the recharging cable. It appears that you merely have to connect the positive and negative terminal and then plug directly into a wall socket. Not true and I heard the breaker trip every time. You have to ground the negative before you plug it in but you can't find that information anywhere. It also did not come with any type of cover so dust of the garage would accumulate. Those are my only complaints. I plan to exercise the generator once a week until the end of hurricane season. Starts easy electrically and with the pull rope. A little louder than I wanted, but as long as it provides power during emergencies I really don't care. It's mobile so I can wheel it over to a neighbors house and allow them to keep their freezer and refrigerator cold. It's functional and that is what I needed. My next step is a whole house generator. This will do until then. July 16, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works, but with issues Assembles good. The first startup was not good. Battery was dead. The charging cord was not directional. Battery would not hold a charge. Everything else works fine. January 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to follow instructions We love our all power gennerator, was easy to assemble, the instructions were clear and it started on the firsdt try. However it is a little loud March 8, 2013
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