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Generac XG8000E - 8000 Watt Electric Start Portable Generator

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Model: 5747
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Grade

Style
Run Watts
8,000
Rated Watts
Surge Watts
10,000
Starting Watts
Fuel
Engine


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Generac OHVI Engine
Provides premium quality power
Engineered for high performance
Full Pressure Oil Lubrication System

Oversized Full-Wrap Frame Tubing & Impact Resistant Corners
Durable construction which minimizes damage from rough handling

Illuminated Control Panel
Brightens up controls for better visibility

Power Bar
Keeps an eye on your wattage output for improved performance

Covered Outlets
Protects your connection from the environment

Start/Stop Fuel Shut-Off & Choke Controls
Easy to reach on the control panel for better control

Low-Oil Shut Down & Hour Meter
Protects engine from damage & tracks usage for maintenance

External Battery Charge Jack (Includes Charger)
Plug in your generator when not in use to keep battery charged
Engine
Engine Brand
Generac OHVI
Starting System
12-Volt Button Start w/ Recoil
CC
410 CC
Consumer Engine Warranty
2 Years
Commercial Engine Warranty
1 Year
Engine RPM
3600 RPM
Low Oil Alert/Shutdown
Yes
Cast Iron Sleeve
Yes
Product Specs
Voltage
120/240 Single-Phase
Frequency
60 Hertz
Alternator
Brush
Auto Voltage Regulation
Yes
Surge Watts
10000 Watts
Rated Watts
8000 Watts
Fuel Type
Gasoline
Rated Amps
33 @ 240 Volts (Single Phase) Amps
Portability Kit
Never Flat Wheels
Tank Size
9 Gallons
Run Time @ 50% Load
10 Hours
Fuel Tank Material
Metal
Fuel Gauge
Yes
Decibel Rating @ 7m
Not Measured by Manufacturer
Idle Control
No
Hour Meter
Yes
Voltage Meter
No
Lifting Eye
No
Battery
Included
Grade Type
Semi-Pro
Plugs
NEMA 5-20R - GFCI
2
NEMA L14-30R
1
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Assembly Required
Yes
Weight
250 Pounds
Product Length
31.5 Inches
Product Width
25.5 Inches
Product Height
28 Inches
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
Commercial Warranty
1 Year
UPC
696471057478
Model
5747
  16 Questions
Q: Mike,

I have a XG8000E, when running will the generator charge the battery?

by Raymond from Connecticut on February 12, 2014

A: Thanks for your inquiry.

The Generac 5747 does not charge the battery while it is running. The generator comes with a wall charger in order to maintain the battery when not in use. Below is a link to the Owner's Manual which will cover this.

Owner's Manual

NOTE: Do not use the battery charger for more than 48 hours at one
charge.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Is there a recommended enclosure for this generator so that it can be used outside when raining or snowing?

Thanks!

by Mike from Ohio on October 21, 2013

A: Thanks for your inquiry.

We do offer the GenTent canopy that gets installed over the generator. This canopy will protect the outlets from getting wet while running in rain or snow. Below is a link to this item.

GenTent GT10KB00TB


by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I was interested in buying the Generac GP17500E. I did my homework and believe it is the one for me. The questions I have are:

1. Can I convert it to propane?

2. How long will a 15lb propane tank last on this generator if I'm not powering the whole house and just the bare necessities?

Thank you Ryan

by Ryan from New York on October 16, 2013

A: Thanks for your inquiry.

We at Power Equipment Direct do not recommend converting your gasoline portable generator to an alternative fuel and doing so will void the manufacturer’s warranty and may cause damage to the generator itself. These conversions are not recommended by any of the generator manufacturers.

Gasoline has an Ignition Point of 475–536 °F. When a generator is manufactured to run solely on gasoline these temperatures are taken into consideration and the engine components are made to handle these temperatures.

Propane (LP) has an Ignition Point of 920-1020°F and Natural Gas (NG) has an Ignition Point of 900–1500°F. These higher temperatures will cause damage over time on any “gas only” powered engine.

The following guidelines cover Honda engines (Also applies to other engine manufacturers) modified to run on fuels other than the one for which they were designed, such as converting an engine to run on propane (LP) or natural gas (NG).


• Honda gasoline engines are certified to operate on unleaded fuel with a pump octane rating of 86 or higher, containing no more than 10% ethanol (E10).

• Any change to the original configuration of a certified Honda engine is a potential violation of the Clean Air Act prohibition against tampering (40 CFR §1068.101(b)(1)). The tampering prohibition is important because poorly designed and installed modifications can increase emissions.

• The Clean Air Act prohibits anyone from removing or rendering inoperative any device or design element installed on engines in compliance with regulations. These actions are considered tampering, which carries a civil penalty up to $37,500 for each engine or equipment in violation.

• Engines converted by a third party (OEM, dealer, converter, etc.) to run on a different fuel type must be recertified with the EPA on the new fuel to comply with applicable emission standards. The third party must recertify under a new family and notify Honda to not include the modified engines in the original family.

• Converted engines to be sold for use in California must meet CARB requirements and the converter must obtain approval from CARB. EPA certificates or tampering exemptions will not satisfy the requirement for CARB certification.

• Once certified, the third party must remove the Honda emission control label and apply a compliant emission control label for the new fuel indicating the new certifying manufacturer. Honda will no longer assume any responsibility as the certifying manufacturer.

• The Honda Distributor's Limited Warranty does not extend to parts affected or damaged by the conversion to or use of fuel other than the fuel for which the engine was originally designed.


• Honda offers V-twin engines specifically designed and certified for use in LP/NG applications. The engines incorporate special design features that address the higher combustion temperatures and reduced lubrication to the valve guide area (since it is a dry fuel, not liquid). Please contact your sales representative or distributor for additional information.


Disclaimer: The guidance provided is intended for Honda dealer/distributor informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You must contact the appropriate certifying agencies if you require information on how regulations apply to your specific application.

The regulations and additional information can be found at these web sites:

EPA - EPA

CARB - CARB


The run times will always vary based on the actual load put on the generator.



by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What are the total number of circuits it can power?
by Frank from Pennsylvania on October 09, 2013

A: Thank you for your inquiry!

The Generac XG8000E is suited to provide 33.3 amps of 240 volt power. This rating does not translate to a specific number of circuits, as there are a wide variety of circuit ratings in the marketplace.

The limiting factor on any 8kW generator is the 30 amp 4-wire 120/240v receptacle which is rated at 30amps. Any of our 30 amp manual switches will work - you would just need to focus on the number of circuits (fixed vs interchangeable) and indoor vs outdoor enclosure. The 30 amp transfer switches that we offer typically range from 6-10 circuits.


by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What is the spark plug number for the XP8000E?
by Don Farrell from Arkansas on February 20, 2013

A: For this information you will need to go to the Generac website and log into the owner's manual section using your serial number. This will give you access to all of the manuals and parts lists for your specific model...here's the link...

Generac Manual Search - SN Required

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Jim, I am thinking about buying the Generac XP8000E for household emergency power after hurricane hits. I noticed the odd looking recepticles on the unit and wonder; can I plug a regular extension cord from the generator to power portable a/c unit, fridge, some lights, and maybe some other needed items? Or, can I run a 4 ton a/c with this unit, as well as my other items listed, and if so what do I need to tie into the house power panel?
by Don Stewart from Mississippi on August 24, 2012

A: Running extension cords limits the output you will get from the generator. The maximum wattage you can get out of a standard outlet is 2400 watts so the maximum you would get out of the 2 paired standard 120V outlets will be 4800 watts.

To maximize the output capacity of a portable generator it is best to connect the generator to your electrical panel using a manual transfer switch, power inlet box and a generator power cord connected to the 30A 4-prong twistlock outlet on the generator.

This will give you a maximum wattage output capacity of 7500 watts (AxV=W) and will allow you to run more equipment.

Portable generators are not designed to power central AC units due to the tremendous amount of power required to start a central AC, even when connected to a manual transfer switch.

The following will help:

How To Connect A Portable Generator To Your Home

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What makes the XP8000E more expensive than the XG8000E? Looking for an 8kW for home use.
by Steve Keefer from Maryland on August 24, 2012

A: The reason the XP model costs more than the XG is because of the features and components.

The XP model is capable of delivering clean power with Generac's Truepower technology.

This is essential when powering sensitive electronics like cell phones, computers, HDTV s and any other electronics that have complex circuitry within them.

The XP also provides two high voltage 30 amp outlets. One rated for 120v and the other rated for 120/240v. The XG only has the 120/240.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What does "fully pressurized oil lubrication system " mean? Does the engine have a oil pump?

by Paul from Ohio on August 20, 2012

A: This means the unit does have an oil pump like your car and with it being fully pressurized like your car the engine will last longer as the parts are being lubricated better.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Should the chargers for the generator battery be pluged in all the time or just for a certain amount of time each month?

by Paul from New Hampshire on August 15, 2012

A: From the owner's manual page 11 (Charging the Battery):

Use battery charger plug to keep the battery charged and ready
for use. Battery charging should be done in a dry location.

1. Plug charger into “Battery Charger Input” jack, located on the
control panel. Plug wall receptacle end of the battery charger
into a 120 Volt AC wall outlet.
2. Unplug battery charger from wall outlet and control panel jack
when generator is going to be in use.

NOTE: Do not use the battery charger for more than 48 hours at one
charge.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Can you recommend a cover for the Generac XG 8000E generator?
by Richard Smith from Connecticut on February 26, 2012

A: I would recommend the Classic Accessories X-Large Generator Cover model 79547. It may be a bit longer but it would cover the width and height better than the large cover would.
by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Jim,
I'm a licensed NH Electrician I have a Honeywell 7500Watt Portable Generator that will be used to supply selected loads in a non-separately derived residential application as outlined by the 2011 NEC. The tag on this generator indicated that the neutral is bonded to the frame. I need to know if this generator can be made into a floating neutral generator without voiding listings or warranty. If the answer is yes then where and how does the manufacture recommend the removal of the bond? And will the manufacture send a new label that indicates the generator is now a floating neutral generator. This will be an issue with any generator that has its neutral bonded to the frame portable or stationary. Any info that you can give me will be a great help.

Regards,

Ron T.

by Ron Tasker from New Hampshire on January 08, 2012

A: Many generators that have a bonded neutral to frame can be modified so the neutral is floating, or separate from the frame and generator ground. If the neutral connection (bond) to frame can be removed, if the manufacturer supports this, it’s usually the best solution as it would result in a “floating neutral” generator and would be ideal for connecting to most transfer switches.

If the generator manufacturer does not support modifying the generator to remove the bond between neutral and ground/frame, the system can be setup to meet all codes by using a neutral switching transfer switch. A “non-separately derived system” is where the generator neutral is floating, and its neutral is always interconnected with the neutral for the utility – this is the most common way backup systems are setup – including automatic backup systems.

If you need to isolate the neutral then you need to use a GFI type transfer switch such as the Reliance Controls "X" series switches.....see link for details.

GFI Transfer Switches

Note: Typically these switches are not required unless the 120/240v outlet on the generator is GFI protected which is found on Professional generators such as the Generac "XP" models and not the "XG" model.

The fact that a generator has a bonded-neutral does not rule out compatibility with 2-pole transfer switches, which make up the majority of all transfer switches. The only time that a portable generator will not function with a 2-pole transfer switch is if the generator has a bonded-neutral AND there is a GFCI breaker or GFCI mechanism protecting the receptacle being used to connect the generator to the transfer switch. Most 120/240v generator receptacles are not GFCI protected.

National Code does not require switching the neutral in general, but arguably the neutral should be switched when using a bonded generator based on how the system is setup and defined as a whole. Any time a bonded-neutral generator is connected through a transfer switch to a house wiring system, what results are two neutral-to-ground bond points: one at the main panel and one at the generator. This can be construed as having two bond points in the electrical system, even though the portable generator is not part of the system, and therefore one of the bond points should be removed (or a transfer device implemented that isolates the neutral).

Having two bond points in this scenario creates 'dual paths' on the ground and neutral between the generator and the house panel, aka "ground loop", meaning the ground wire from the generator to the house panel will share some of the return power with the neutral wire. This leads to a very small amount of voltage on the ground wire between the generator and house panel. It can be argued by an installer or authority that this power on the ground is objectionable, and a special neutral switching setup might be mandated. This is also why if there is a GFCI breaker protecting the generator receptacle, it will sense this power being lost on the neutral (to the ground) and will trip every time the generator is connected, even under No load.

* If the generator does not have a GFCI protecting the in-use receptacle, there will not be a trip and the generator will power circuits successfully. Now it’s just a question of whether having this setup is acceptable to the home owner, installer and authority if applicable.
Using bonded generators without switching the neutral has been a common application for many years, regardless of how the code is interpreted, but about 10 years ago generators started adding GFCI's (per OSHA job site requirements) and wiring them into the larger receptacles, which will limit their applications when used at homes. The 2014 code will require new generators to have built in GFCI’s, but only on the 15/20 amp 120 volt outlets, which in most cases are not being used to power a transfer switch. If we look at all of the portable generators that are bonded neutral, and then separate the models WITH a GFCI breaker protecting the 120/240 outlet, the percentage of these generators is extremely small. These are the only generators that will functionally require a 3-pole transfer switch that breaks the neutral.

Breaking the neutral with a “3-pole” (neutral switching) transfer device eliminates the ground loop (dual paths) between the generator and house panel created by having two bond points, and will eliminate the problem of the GFCI breaker tripping creating a “separately derived system” where the generator neutral is never common with the utility neutral.

I hope this information was helpful.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I have ordered a Generac XG8000E

Can I use a transfer switch rated for 30amps or due I need to use one rated 50amps ?

by A Janczyk from Connecticut on January 06, 2012

A: You will want to go with a 30A transfer switch because the largest outlet on the generator is 30A and all 30A outlets, switches, inlet boxes and cords have a maximum wattage rating of 7500 watts.

Rule of thumb is to size your generator to 80% of the generators running capacity, so when a large load kicks in the unit has enough flexibility to handle it and still provide clean voltage output.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Jim,

I am looking for a portable generator 6500W - 8000W that would be safe to run electronics from. I would have tv and computers connected. Is the XG8000E recommended? Is there another? Is there recommended surge/line conditioner to use?

by Kevin Guerrier from New Hampshire on October 01, 2011

A: The most clean power will come from a Home standby unit or an inverter generator. We offer the Honda EU6500IS inverter generator that would be your safest portable option.

The Generac portables are "safe" for running electronics, but the most clean power will come from an inverter.

EU6500IS
by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What is the difference between the generac 5747 and the generac 5681 besides the price? Also what is max kw and running kw on both. thanks need answer before ordering.
by John Maurer from Illinois on February 19, 2011

A: In regards to your question, the XG8000E (5747) is designed mainly for construction site use but can be used in residential applications. The GP8000E (5681) is designed for the homeowner. Both models have the exact same engine and alternator with the only difference being the frame construction and the looks. Both units offer 8,000 watts running and 10,000 watts surge capacity.


A higher rated generator will operate comfortably at approximately 80% of its full capacity and will provide a margin of flexibility if the load increases in the future.
Note: A certified electrician should be consulted for proper sizing and installation of any generator.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What are the outside dimensions of the Generac XP8000E generator and will it fit in a generator hard shed type cover?
by Francis Gauthier from New York on February 10, 2011

A: Dimensions of this unit are going to be 31.5" x 25.5" x 28". If the shed matches these dimensions or is bigger, then you would be fine.
by Mike, Product Expert

Q: How does this generator start in cold weather with the electric start? What is the difference between OHV engine & Generac's OHVI engine?
by Daryl Hammond from Ohio on January 17, 2011

A: Portable generators are normally stored inside and the B&S 30471 comes with a float style battery charger which is plugged into the generator when not in use. This allows the generator battery to have a sufficient charge when the generator is needed to start.

An OHV (Overhead Valve) engine is compact designed and generally makes the unit operate quieter. The Generac OHVI (Overhead Valve Industrial) engine is built robustly with premium power and high performance and comes with a fully pressurized oil lubrication system and spin-on filter.
by Mike, Product Expert

Generac 5747 Reviews & Ratings
Overall Rating
Features
5/5
Quality
5/5
Performance
5/5
Value
4/5
Overall
4.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
Pros
Easy To Use (50)
High Quality (37)
Features (33)
I'd Buy It Again (29)
Price (25)
Cons
Heavy (12)
Low Quality (8)
Expensive (4)
Unreliable (3)
Bad Instructions (2)
89% of respondents would recommend this product to a friend
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Johnny G.
Deming, NM
Most Helpful Positive Review
REVIEWED
OCT.
20
2015
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
By Far The Best Deal & Best Quality
I looked every where for a portable generator and the best place was Electric Generators Direct. They had what I was looking for, a powerful 8000 watt generator with electric start. It comes with automotive style oil filter for longer life and made in Wisconsin USA. So stop your search and get your portable generator at PED, Power Equipment Direct.
Johnny Recommends This Generac Product
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Eric B.
Clarkston, MI
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 8/16/16
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
Total Helpful Votes
11 Helpful Votes
Most Helpful Critical Review
REVIEWED
SEP.
08
2016
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Follow-up To Previous Review
This is a follow-up to my review where I had an under voltage situation with my XGE800E. I tried turning the governor screw 1/8 turn as advised by the Generac phone representative to raise the no load voltage from 116.4 and the under load voltage from 108.1. This did not work. So I called back and they advised me to bring it to an authorized dealer. It has been there a week due to waiting for parts. It was diagnosed with a broken governor from the factor, one of the 20 amp outlets would... more
Eric Does Not Recommend This Product
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Steve G.
Portage, OH
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 1/11/16
REVIEWED
FEB.
02
2016
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Home Backup Power
This XG8000E is awesome! I have CFL and LED lights in my entire house so I dont need to worry about shutting certain rooms off. Powered my kitchen fridge, well pump, sump pump, outdoor wood furnace pump and blower, indoor furnace blower, bunch of lights, 65" TV, at only 3 of 5 bars (60%) load. There is no engine pulsating. It handles peak load excellent. Highly recommend for home backup power for under $1400!
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Pros: Easy To Use, High Quality, Price, Reliable
Steve Recommends This Generac Product
Steve's Experience With Power Equipment Direct
Web Site
5/5

Service
5/5

Shipping
5/5
"Very easy to order. Price is bery competitive. Shipping was quick and excellent!"
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Ronald D.
Norton, VT
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 3/16/17
REVIEWED
MAY.
07
2017
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Good Product Don't Like Wheels! Need To Put Tires With Air Pres.
Looking to buy presure washer, buy have same tires as on generator I bought a few weeks ago don't like the tires without air. If i could have tires would buy a pressure washer, please send me email on this subject.
Pros: Easy To Use, Quiet
Cons: Need air tires like other models
Ronald Recommends This Generac Product
Mike, the Generator Expert
Product Expert
Ronald,
Thank you for the feedback. Unfortunately Generac does not make a pneumatic wheel kit for this series generator.
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John B.
Clarkson, MI
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 8/16/16
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
Total Helpful Votes
11 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
AUG.
23
2016
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Undervoltage
I purchased my unit last week and it arrive in great shape 3 days later. I assembled the unit and prepped it to run. It started right up with the choke and ran smoothly although loud as other reviews have stated. I plugged my ohm meter into the both 120v 20 amp outlets and both read a consistent 116.4 volts. I contacted both Generac and a reputable service company and the both said to turn the running speed adjustment screw less then an 1/8th of a turn to the right to raise the RPM and... more
John Recommends This Generac Product
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Matt
REVIEWED
OCT.
29
2016
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Low Voltage
I have had Generac products for over 30 years. I got the XG8000 to up grade from a 5500 after" Matthew" 10-2016. The unit was easy to put together and functions, starts, and ran great, however low 115/230 voltage and amps at the plugs on the unit. On the older Generac units, you could adjust the RPM some to get the voltage up to specifications, not this one. I called customer service, which was no help!!

So the unit is less that 3 day old and with 3 hrs on it and now it's at a... more
Matt Recommends This Generac Product
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Kenneth J.
Marstons Mills, MA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 12/30/16
REVIEWED
JAN.
23
2017
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
My Second Generac
My second Generac. The first lasted 17 years. Easy to set up and service. More power than I need, but should run at part throttle and last 10 hrs. Beats the Chinese alternative. Buy American.
Pros: High Quality, I'd Buy It Again, Reliable, USA made
Kenneth Recommends This Generac Product
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James H.
Kingston, WA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 10/14/16
REVIEWED
OCT.
31
2016
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Good Bones - Excellent Egd Customer Service
XG8000E - Requires a solid QA check - general hardware quality is excellent.

Purchased Generac based on American Made, positive long term reviews, and parts availability. I noticed that many of the negative reviews were addressing QA issues. I hoped to be dealt a good hand, not so lucky.

As directed by the Owners Manual the positive lead needs to be attached to the starter. On further inspection it was noticed that the battery side of the lead was loose and required tightening. Must admit... more
Pros: Easy To Use, Features, Price, Excellent Sales and Delivery
Cons: Low Quality, Quality Materials / Serious assembly and QA issues, Noisy
James Does Not Recommend This Product
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Anthony C.
Rahway, NJ
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 3/9/17
REVIEWED
APR.
12
2017
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Generac Is The Way To Go
This is an amazing product. The battery start was very easy and started the generator within 3 seconds.
Pros: Easy To Use, High Quality, Features, Exceeded Expectations
Cons: Heavy
Anthony Recommends This Generac Product
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Breanna L.
Gobles, MI
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 3/14/17
REVIEWED
APR.
06
2017
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Best Price Best Shipping!
I bought this generator and within 24 hours it was delivered! It also was the best price I could find on this model and didn't have to pay tax like I would of had to at a local store. Opened box and it started right up. I have only let it run for a little shy of an hour to break in. I bought it because we had lost power the week before and I wanted something to have for back up,can't wait to lose power so I can use it!
Pros: Easy To Use, High Quality, I'd Buy It Again, Price
Breanna Recommends This Generac Product
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Rheta C.
Cocoa, FL
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 1/18/17
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
MAR.
22
2017
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Good Generator
We had a problem when we first took it out of the box- it would not start. After about an hour on the phone with the Generac Tech Support, he told us to take it to a repair shop. When we got it there, it started right up. Guess it just needed to be bounced across town on the utility trailer.

It has worked great ever since, starts right up, as long as you are real quick to push the choke back in once it turns over.
Pros: High Quality, I'd Buy It Again, Easy To Store, Exceeded Expectations
Cons: noisey
Rheta Recommends This Generac Product
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