Champion 3400 Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter Generator
Sensitive Electronics Rv, 3 Position Ignition Switch Battery, Quick Touch Panel, 3400 Starting Watts, Your 3400 Watt Portable Generator, 3100 Running Watts, Champion 3400 Watt Dual Fuel Rv Ready Portable Inverter Generator
What We Like
- Quick touch panel allows to access all the controls in one spot
- Features 3400 starting watts and 3100 running watts that offers 7.5 hours of run time
- Made with cold start technology that ensures a quick start in chilled weather
- The casing may not be sturdy enough
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Around 80% of reviews were positive and about 15% were negative.
9.32 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Champion 3400 Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter Generator
The generator wouldn't run at all if the compressor wasn't there because it wouldn't be able to stop for 60 seconds between cycles.
The RV needed a 30 Amp service, and the dual fuel met that requirement. We have over 53 hours on the unit.
The generator is good for running my AC in my travel trailer and has nice wheels with a nice handle.
This small unit was quiet, ran on propane, and powered up all six of our key house circuits, which made me very happy with the purchase.
This purchase has made me so happy that we now have the ability to power our key appliances and have internet and lighting, as well as the fact that we don't have to worry about the electric outages.
Does it come with the lp hose?
You have a female on the Inverter and same on my RV, but it doesn't work.
How can I connect to a 500 gal tank?
It took some work between the tech at champion and my propane company, but mine is connected to the 500 gal tank.
It seems like it would weigh more with the battery and starter.
The generator will not run if the battery is dead.
Do you mean to start a 13500 btu AC?
It wouldn't start mine either, so I decided to set the temperature knob to the correct setting.
How do I connect to the travel trailer propane tanks?
I went to the Champion site and they said it was 1/2 or 0.5 PSI, and that it had a maximum flow rate of 76,000 BTU.