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All Power 2,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Open Frame
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All Power

2,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Open Frame

  • Runs nine hours at 1/2 load
  • Lightweight and easily transportable
  • Great emergency power item to have
$245.79 /each

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The All Power 2000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator provides you with portable and max-performance help whenever needed. The 3 HP OHV engine runs nine hours at 1/2 load with an operating noise of 65 dB. The generator includes two AC 120-volt outlets, one 12-volt DC output and is EPA approved.

  • 3 HP OHV engine
  • Peak 2000 watts; rated 1400 watts
  • Runs nine hours at 1/2 load
  • Operating noise 65 dB
  • Two AC 120-volt outlets and one DC 12-volt output
  • Lightweight, compact size
  • EPA approved
  • Click on the “More Info” tab to download the specifications PDF to view the wattage requirement guide

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what spark plug to use

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NGK BPR6EA or Denso W20EXR-U Gap range .028-.031
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Im building a rotisserie with a windshield wiper motor (12 volts). Csn i use the dc outlet to run it?

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June 13, 2016
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Hi Marc,
In theory this should work, however I would just use a 12 volt battery to run it, as the generator will make a lot of noise and exhaust fumes.
Mike
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What type of oil? I didn't get owners manual

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This generator uses SAE 10W30 or 20W40 motor oil.
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We are doing a Christmas float. I want to power 4 go pros and two lights. Will this have enough power to push all that?

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The 2 lights have a maximum output of 500 watts each. But I never have them turned all the way up.
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Here's the deal. This generator has 1400 running watts. Your 2 lights at peak will use 1000 watts. I am not exactly sure if you just plan to use the generator to charge the go pros batteries through the use of the regular household charger that comes with the go pro and simply use a extension cord from the generator to the battery charger. However, I would think that with the go pros batteries fully Read More
Here's the deal. This generator has 1400 running watts. Your 2 lights at peak will use 1000 watts. I am not exactly sure if you just plan to use the generator to charge the go pros batteries through the use of the regular household charger that comes with the go pro and simply use a extension cord from the generator to the battery charger. However, I would think that with the go pros batteries fully charged they would more than last the time of the parade. I personally would not somehow directly connect the go pros to the extension cord because most regular generators use modified sine wave and not pure sine wave. This means that some electrical equipment is highly sensitive to modified sine wave. I would just use the generator to charge the batteries through the go pro charger and then transfer the batteries to the go pro. Either way you choose this generator will be sufficient. Read Less
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2,000-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Open Frame is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little generator... fits real good on the front of my pontoon boat... Starts good and runs ... Great little generator... fits real good on the front of my pontoon boat... Starts good and runs for a long time. Only problem I have is it is a little noisy.. I realize that having a gasoline engine noise is expected. To counteract this, I am building a 3 sided sound suppressor to fit over the top of it while it is running.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great buy! I live in West Virginia and the power seems to go out here often. Althought I serched several different stores just before Sandy hit and all local stores where sold out of Generators with in my price range. So I orderd this one from Home Depot. I received it in a timely manner concidering Sandy was here. I filled it with oil and Gas and it started with the first pull. It runs my fridge and furnace (oil Heat) both at the same time. I am very happy with this product.And YES I would recomend this generator to any one!!
Date published: 2012-11-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from i cannot rate my generator in real time/long term yet...but so far so good! i have run a test and it passed. i followed directions and it started on the second pull. i it ran for 2 1/2 hours on a quarter tank of gas. i turned it off, it would have gone longer. it ran my fridge/freezer, a box fan and a cd/radio. a total of approx. 1000 watts running. i read it should run for nine hours at half load. i have no doubt that will be the case. i tried to run my 30pint dehumidifier [didn't have wattage on box, and will make inquiry, but think it's greater than 800 watts] and it became unstable [the gen. and the dehumid.]. not too concerned about this because my main concern is two fridge./freezers, a radio and a fan. i will never have to worry about losing all that food again. it will have earned its's keep in the first outtage. bring it on...lol
Date published: 2012-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm READY (when the POWER is GONE) Happy as a Lark! Right out of the BOX read the Manual bought the recommended OIL bought that Liquid GOLD caller gasoline filled the oil as instructed added about 1/2 gallon of gasoline fiddled around and FOUND (NOT MENTIONED) how to turn the gas flow on and in 2 pulls it was running! Went deep into the yard where power was not available plugged in my saw and cut down brush that had not been cut in 10 years. I worked about 6 hours and used all the fuel. Cleaned the power generator and stored it for the POWER OUTAGES that will come; with our change of climate.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good generator This is a desent little generator for the money. Starts usually with one pull and good on gas. I see so many down rate these generators and typically they understood nothing about generators to start with. This is a 2000 watt generator with a continous of 1400 watt. Now depending on where you live will decide what you get. For every 1000 feet above 500 feet that you live you can subtract 3.5% from that continuios and above 85 deg subtract another 2%. You need to consider these things when buying this or any generator. The generator is very quiet and light easy to carry. I live at 2580 feet and on a 95 deg day mine will pull about 1200 watts no problem.
Date published: 2011-09-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from One bad apple--most are probably excellent! Do not judge the product line by the one generator that I received. It was evidently a returned generator that was cleaned-up, and sold again. It had gas in the tank, and dirty oil in the crank case upon arrival "as new" in the US Mail. I understand that such shipments are not allowed, but it came without an explosion. From all appearances the generator was well worth the money, and of adequate construction/craftsmanship. It was rated at 2000 watts, should have produced 1400 consistently, but would only produce about 600 to 700 watts. I do not wonder that someone had purchased it before me, found it not good enough, and returned it. I expect that it was just accidental that it was sold again as new. Major companies do not do such things intentionally. Home Depot was gracious, and accommodating by accepting the generator back with a full refund.
Date published: 2012-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good generator for the price This generator arrived undamaged unlike other horror stories I have heard. Once oil was put in, the proper amount, gas was added as well. It started on the first try and ran reasonably quiet. I have yet to put a load on it to see how it handles it. It should be fine. With the weight at approx. 58 lbs, I thought it would be a cinch to move around, but it still has some bulk to it. If you need to move a distance ask for a helping hand instead of moving it yourself. Overall I think I made a good investment. (hint) Small engines tend to run better on premium gas due to higher octane/ heat. This tends to keep any fouling and varnish from occuring.
Date published: 2011-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value Generator started with just two pulls, right out of the box. It is just 59 lbs. but I added a a couple of small wheels, makes it very easy to move anywhere. Generator works as advertised.
Date published: 2014-11-04
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