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Westinghouse Outdoor Power Equipment WGen9500DF Dual Fuel Portable Generator

11200 Peak Watts (Propane); Remote Start With Included Key Fob, Electric And Recoil Start, 9500 Running Watts And 12500 Peak Watts (Gasoline); 8500 Running Watts

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What We Like

  • Comes with rubber cover on all the outlets that provides added safety
  • Built-in dual-fuel generator produces up to 12,500 peak watts and 9,500 running watts
  • Features 6.6 gallon large gas tank that helps it run for up to 12 hours


  • may be too heavy in weight

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9.70 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Westinghouse Outdoor Power Equipment WGen9500DF Dual Fuel Portable Generator

    After all, I had an electrician at my house who could not understand the documents I had bought, so I had to check that the documents were for the 9500/1 2500 that I had bought, " 4> As instructed, I filled the oil using the handy funnel.

    The generator was my choice for its dual fuel capability, ease of use, size, cost, and key fob start, and it arrived within about three weeks of purchase.

    We had a wonderful light show when the generator was plugged in after the switch was completed, because we could use it in the event of a power shortage.

    If you want to keep your generator running after you have cut off the fuel, then you should never get a generator without one because it will crystallise if you don't let it run until you use all the fuel in the car.

    The box was in great condition and the delivery drivers were on time, so let's start with the good.

    Common Questions


    Why isn't this shipped to Alaska, we're the ones that need generators?


    We don't want them falling into the wrong hands if you're close to Russia.


    Is the 50 Amp 120/ 240V 14–50r transfer switch capable or only the 30r? There is a brochure that says 50 Amp transfer switch ready.


    The generator's outlet plug is a 30 Amp style, not 50 Amp.


    Is it quiet?


    I was expecting it to be loud but it was much louder than I thought.


    Can I keep the generator running for a long time?


    This is not rated for continuous duty cycle, it runs on diesel fuel or natural gas, the engine operates at 1800rpm, which is pretty much out of the range of most peoples price range.


    Which type of oil use is it?


    Synthetic or conventional oil can be used.

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