Model # XP4400EH

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Duromax 4,400-Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Propane/Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit
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4,400-Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Propane/Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit

  • Operates on gasoline or clean-burning liquid propane
  • Electric start and recoil start
  • Never-flat wheels included
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The Durum XP4400EH has a dual fuel system that operates on either standard gasoline or cleaner burning liquid propane, which can more than double your generator's run time. With this generator, operating on propane will not gum up or foul your generator's carburetor and gives you quick, reliable starts every time. It only takes a few seconds to switch over from regular gas to propane, and with the flexible line, you can easily hook up any size propane tank, including the one from your barbeque grill. Unlike gasoline, propane can be stored for years without going bad.

  • Clean-running propane will not gum up or foul the carburetor, ensuring quick and reliable starts every time
  • Liquid propane is capable of being stored for years, unlike gasoline
  • Designed to run on gasoline or propane for maximum convenience
  • Durable DuroStar 7 HP, air cooled with low oil shutoff
  • Heavy-duty steel frame with 4-point fully isolated motor mounts for smooth and quiet operation
  • Electric key start for easy starting when you need it
  • Full power panel with engine shutoff switch, volt meter, circuit breaker and power outlets
  • Approximately 20 hours run time with propane and eight hours with gasoline
  • Idle control holds RPM at a constant level even under heavy loads for fuel savings and noise reduction
  • Max AC output: 4400-watt; rated AC output: 3500-watt
  • Current: 120-volt/240-volt AC and 12-volt DC; two 120-volt 20A 3-prong outlets (standard household plug); 120-volt/240-volt 30A twist lock NEMA L14-30 3-pole 4-wire
  • Fuel tank capacity: four gallons
  • Run time at 50% maximum output: eight hours
  • Improved, all-terrain, never-flat tires
  • Flip-up stowaway handles
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Can it be converted to run on natural gas?

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Can the carb be converted to run off natural gas?
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Unless they come out with a conversion kit. No!!
Propane and Natural Gas operate at different pressures.
Changing the orifice size or drilling it out will work, but is NOT SAFE.
You would need to change the springs in the gas valve as well, and that would be guessing.
So unless you want a fireball roll out, or a gas cloud explosion, get a converter and regulator for the 20/30lb tank connection and Read More
Unless they come out with a conversion kit. No!!
Propane and Natural Gas operate at different pressures.
Changing the orifice size or drilling it out will work, but is NOT SAFE.
You would need to change the springs in the gas valve as well, and that would be guessing.
So unless you want a fireball roll out, or a gas cloud explosion, get a converter and regulator for the 20/30lb tank connection and get a 100 lb tank. That would give you about 100 hours or 4 days of run time. Read Less
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YES, you just have to get a orafice ( size of nozzle opening) to a larger opening used for Natural gas.
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No way man.
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No, unfortunately this unit cannot be converted to natural gas, and there is no conversion kit to make it in to one.
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No it can NOT run off natural gas.
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Does it come with battery included?

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Yes, It does.
It may have a low or no charge and is disconnected.
So you may have to hand pull start at first.
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Yes it does. It's not attached on the positive side so do that.
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Yes it does but remember to connect it.
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Yes the battery is included but you will have to connect the wires to the battery posts.
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August 29, 2015
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This generator does not come with a battery.
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can I hook this generator to my five hundred gallon home propane tank

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This needs the attention of a plumber type service.
500 tanks can have 300 PSI.
Using 1/2 line/hose and fittings for propane with a pressure regulator at the tank.
Drop the pressure down to 5-15 pounds.
Go to You tube and see visually how it is done.
Pressure is not the only consideration in calculation,
thru put on gas volume must be maintain.
Must use special propane fittings.. $ 200 - Read More
This needs the attention of a plumber type service.
500 tanks can have 300 PSI.
Using 1/2 line/hose and fittings for propane with a pressure regulator at the tank.
Drop the pressure down to 5-15 pounds.
Go to You tube and see visually how it is done.
Pressure is not the only consideration in calculation,
thru put on gas volume must be maintain.
Must use special propane fittings.. $ 200 - 300 cost
A 20 -30 gallon tanks are easy to refill from a 500 tank
See You tube video.
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Yes but you will have to extend the line.
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Absolutely you can
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Yes
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Yes, although it will take some plumbing. I would suggest copper line from the storage tank to the area where you will have the generator. You will need to Tee off of the regulator.
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Why can't this unit be shipped to ca.

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CA. is a terrible state for energy products.
Some cars can not be purchased in CA
Generators, Lawn mowers, air conditioners also.
Reasons can be many. Pollution, Energy saving, Sound, environmental or even type of battery, safety devices. Each must individually meet CA regulations and have CA approved.
If you like the 4400 propane and live in California,
Purchase out of state.
I think the
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CA. is a terrible state for energy products.
Some cars can not be purchased in CA
Generators, Lawn mowers, air conditioners also.
Reasons can be many. Pollution, Energy saving, Sound, environmental or even type of battery, safety devices. Each must individually meet CA regulations and have CA approved.
If you like the 4400 propane and live in California,
Purchase out of state.
I think the law says purchase in CA.
Can you imagine going to prison for Felony generator ownership? :) Read Less
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Regulations with clean air laws.
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You guys have some kind of weird clean air laws there. This is not approved for CA.
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This unit is not Carb approved to be sold in California, due to the propane regulations.
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Customer Reviews

4,400-Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Propane/Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 67.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems to be a great generator The only assembly was the wheel kit and it went on easily. Started quickly on LP, ran for 2 hrs. powering a 7.5KW RV air conditioner. Later put it on gasoline and again started easily and ran good. Changed the oil after four hours and no junk noted in oil. Unit seems well designed and assembled even if it is Chinese. Cost and features are great when compared to an equivalent Honda but time will tell how durable it is. Only negative is documentation. There owners manual is mostly boiler plate. The unit offers 110 and 220 but gave no instructions how to get the full output at 110. I finally found that online in a post.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good choice I like the generator, I wish they would have made a dual in 7000 watt. 4400 watt does almost everything at my camp. 10,000 is way to much for next step up in a dual. Pouring gasoline in is a challenge, the opening is too small. The location of the choke is off to the side, It would have been better had it located at the logistics location like everything else.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good upgrade This unit replaced older very noisy generator. I read many of the reviews good and bad. I had no problems with assembly. There was no less than five warning tags to remove metal shipping plate. I immediately tested it after adding oil and some gas. Battery still had a good charge so started with ease. I was pleased with the significant drop in noise level from old generator. There was minimal smell running it for 15min for first time. Restarted it an hour later with no problems. Haven't tested it it with propane yet. I had a 10% discount coupon so cost me less than another online service which both offered free shipping. Just in case I did have a problem it would be easier to haul down to local store. So far no issues very happy with purchase. They even included a male 30 amp plug which I used to build another cord my old unit used a 20 amp plug which meant I had to change my access box to a 30 amp as well. Nice thing was housing box was same size so just had to switch plug part. I usually put in wire with higher amp rating so didn't have to change that as well.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DuroMax DUD I purchased the DuroMax 4,400 Hybrid Dual Fuel Propane/Gas Powered generator in hopes that I would rarely have to put gas in it. I purchased it mainly for camping with my trailer and did not want to mess with the potential of the gas smell and mess. Long story short - the unit would not start with propane. Tried everything.
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes it is more than I expected..Starts easy and runs very quietly than any other unit I have had.... Yes it is more than I expected..Starts easy and runs very quietly than any other unit I have had. Super muffler.and It easily attaches into my dryer outlet..will keep my freezer and fridge in power plus lights and one t v set..Have not tried to run everything at once...But it is a great buy.. I am 78 years old and am happy with purchase.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent Generator for the value I am very happy w/ this generator. The fact that it will run on gas or propane is a very BIG plus. It was very easy to assemble. and the home delivery was excellent. The delivery guys were very polite and helpful.
Date published: 2016-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from On Line Shopping Very little assembly required. Went together as advertised.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't Buy I'm returning this to Home Depot. First off, oil funnel broken, no big deal, it was flimsy plastic packed in with heavy parts. The battery was stone dead, measured 8.8 volts. Trickled charged for hours, but will not hold a charge capable of starting it. Started it will the pull start. Started OK and voltage meter read 130 volts. Let it run for a while to charge up the battery. (Would not charge, later hours of trickle charge.) Started it up with the pull start again. Plugged a light into the outlet, it just flickered on and off. Volt meter reads zero, pops up a few volts now and then. Just left it running for over an hour, still not enough battery charge, still flickering voltage. Checked DC output, also flickers from 0 to a few volts. Bought it to run on propane, its quieter running volume, electric start, etc., but what good is this if it doesn't produce usable electricity.
Date published: 2016-01-30
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