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Generac 6000 LP3250 3,250 Watt 212cc OHV Portable Liquid Propane Powered Generator with Tank Holder

September 24, 2014 - Comment

Take the LP3250 along for outdoor events, camping or job site use, or use it around the home for projects and emergency backup. As consumers become more conscious of their green footprint, they look for ways to use less fossil fuel, but ideally not at the expense of convenience. For many applications, propane is the

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Take the LP3250 along for outdoor events, camping or job site use, or use it around the home for projects and emergency backup. As consumers become more conscious of their green footprint, they look for ways to use less fossil fuel, but ideally not at the expense of convenience. For many applications, propane is the answer. Unlike gasoline, Liquid Propane can be stored indefinitely without deterioration, and safely transported without spillage. Propane is also readily available and is used by millions of people to fuel everything from furnaces to grills to vehicles. This means you wont need to run out to a gas station to stock up on fuel when your power goes out. Liquid propane also emits low carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons and fewer toxic pollutants than gasoline. Liquid propane is also non-toxic and biodegradable. Until now, the only options available in a portable propane generator required the propane tank to be separately carried, where it would then sit to the side of the generator while in use. The LP3250 incorporates a tank holder into the frame itself, so the propane tank sits securely out of the way. This eliminates the hassle of a stand-alone tank and the awkward fuel line that goes along with it. The LP3250 also includes your quart of oil, a wheel kit for easy portability, and a 2 year residential warranty. The propane tank is not included. This unit has two standard 5-20R 120V outlets, and one L14-20R 120/240V twist-lock outlet.

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Bruce H says:

A few gotcha items UPDATE – how to start UPDATE: The generator runs fine and I made the decision to skip running it 30 minutes each week. I’m hoping that that recommendation is really a hold over from their gasoline powered generators… as was their (printed booklet) starting instructions! These instructions are different from the decal on the generator…but that decal is small and basically icons and therefor easy to ignore if you have the booklet in hand.>>>With a gasoline small engine you apply the choke to make the…

R. Goltsch says:

Saved the day when Sandy came to town Let’s start this conversation with a discussion of gasoline versus propane….If you have a choice, buy propane or natural gas. A gasoline generator uses 5 gallons of gas for about 10 hours of use. My propane generator gets 9 hours on a 20 pound tank. It uses the same tanks your gas grill uses. It is much easier to hook up a new tank than to fill the gas tank from a five gallon gas jug….who wants to pour gasoline on a hot engine anyway? I also did it because I wanted my wife…

SluggoMagoo says:

Doesn’t do it for me I got this unit during the recent northeast power outage caused by an October snow storm. My other generator when down. I was out for 5 days, 19 hours and 20 minutes. The manuals are not on line on the manufacture’s website so there’s no valid specification to be reviewed. You have to assemble this item. The orange tank shield is extremely cheesy. The nuts that are inserted to keep it secure pop right out when you move the generator causing a safety issue because then the tank could fall off of…

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