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got the generator today and looks to br ok built, Chinese

did the break in, about 15 minutes and then change the oil,about what you would expect for shiny thing in the oil,have a magnetic dipstick inbound

in eco mode,very quit,standard mode you can hear it but no where near an open frame

2 120 ac outlets,ciggy plug,2 x usb,oil low light,fuel shut off so you can run the carb dry

ran my drill,want to give it more breaking time before seeing how it does on the rv

seems like a good buy,just down to longevity
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It should do the job nicely for ya.
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At least you have parts support in the US & an 800 # to call.
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charges the rv battery no problem,even in eco mode

does run rich and stinky,might clear up some as the rings seat,they have a high altitude jet,might get one
"Not of the body"
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