All Generator Sales are Final. No returns. If you have a warranty issue it will be your responsibility to take to your local store for item to be fixed by one of our mechanics. If you purchase online and do not have a local store you can ship the item to us to be repaired at your expense both ways. Rural King assumes no liability of freight damage. If product is damaged in shipping the customer will be responsible for filing a freight claim with that carrier.
- Peak Power: 2000 Watt
- Engine Type: 4 Stroke/ EPA approved 80CC
- Outlets: 12V DC and 120V AC
- Fuel Capacity: 1.32 Gal.
- Run Time: 9hrs. at 50% Load
SKU 001054039 Model GEN 154 Weight 55.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $249.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Keep continuous demand below 900 watts! Review by Gene
Quality Price Value
Overloading any generator for a period of time will cause damage from overheating of the armature and internal circuits ruining the generator! Add up you loads before asking your generator to supply more electric than it can supply... You've been warned!
(Posted on 11/28/2013)
- Good for the small stuff. Review by Andrew
Value Quality Price
We purchased this today after being out of power for three days. we couldn't take another day of 90+ heat. It ran a fan, a 5,00btu window a/c (older non-energy star rated a/c) and charged our cell phones. There were some issues turning the a/c on with the fan plugged in but we quickly figured out to turn the fan on first then the a/c and it will handle it just fine. We had it running for 2hrs before the electric crews showed up and restored our power. Looking at the gauge on the tank we still had another 2-2.5 hrs of run time on the unit running the a/c full blast.
All in all a great investment.
(Posted on 7/16/2012)
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