Hello, boys and girls today for your consumption. https://felixfurniture.com/best-spindle-sander-oscillator/ have a brand new champion generator. This is, I believe, the 1 0-0 307. It is a dual fuel generator. It runs both on gas and propane and it's a 3500 running watt generator we're going to unbox it and give it its first run. Ok, so, first of all the generator comes pretty well packaged. I mean it's got this big styrofoam piece on top there's hunka hunka cardboard and the generator itself is encased in foam. This was delivered. I bought it from Home Depot and had it shipped to my house, so let us dig into it. I will extract it from its box and we'll see how she goes. Oh, my god, children is that not the prettiest thing you've ever seen, whoa alright! So it comes with. It comes with the propane adapter, so you can hook it up to a propane tank. It comes, of course, with the manual and a QuickStart guide, so I guess you can start quick, so I'm gon na hunt around here see if they give us any oil with this. If not, I'm gon na have to get some standby all right guys. They I checked through the manual and such, and this does not ship with any oil included with it. Of course it is dry of oil right now, but you have to provide oil, it doesn't come in the box, so they recommend a 10w30 automotive type oil and they do give you this very pretty little oil funnel oil funnel alright guys. So I got some Earl. So let's do this, ok, so I know why they give you this pretty little funnel because to get the oil in this machine. The fill plug is way underneath here and believe me. There is not much clearance from here to the ground, so it'd be somewhat challenging, but we'll get her done alright. So this calls for point 6 litres of oil and I just happen to have my handy dandy measuring cup. So in we go point 6, alright guys they said to put in up to point 6 liters of oil, which I did I put in point 6 liters and it turned out to be just a little too much. I had a little bit did overflow, but no harm done. So, let's move on alright guys so for our first run, we're gon na run it on propane. So, let's hook up the included propane adapter we'll get this on. There goes on nice and easy. No big deal I'm going to give it a little bit of snug just a little, not much alrighty. Let'S hook up our propane done, alright, guys, here's a neat feature of this generator. It has two, I guess: fuel directors, you have a fuel, cutoff switch for gasoline and you also have on this side a fuel cutoff switch for propane, so we're gon na turn. The propane on which means we just put it with the inflow, will make our propane live already, so we should have flow o righty, so it says to put the choke on 75 % for LP and percent for gas, so we are going to try with propane. So we'll put the choke to 75 %, and here we go first, pull in real-time champion. Dual fuel Jetta wait a minute. There is an on/off switch here. You have to turn the switch on. I almost forgot alright. Here we go again it first, real-time, the owner 100 % choke 75 % choke. Is it being a little cranky [ Music ] well cutting off the LP gas shuts it down right away, which is cool. I like that, and just because of what happened there, I'm gon na try and restart it right now and see if she just kicks right up put her on see what happens all right. Well, it does work, so I already have a generator. Why did I buy this one all right guys? The first reason - and I know it sounds cliche, but two is one and one is none if for some reason, I'm in a pinch or I'm in a bind, and I have to pull out the old Chinese generator and for some reason that doesn't fire up. I have an issue. I do run my equipment at least once a month just to make sure they run. But hey you never know. The second reason I bought this is the fact that it's dual fuel. Alright, I like this option, because you know sometimes you can get caught short on gas. You might only have five or six gallons laying around the house and seeing as I run, a barbecue, I have a small travel trailer and I keep some backups. I generally have about four full tanks on site at all times four tanks of propane, that is 20 pound tanks. So that's a great option. If I need it - and I can run for you know a little bit more time than having to worry about, go out and get gas or whatever. The third reason is, I do on a small travel trailer, and this comes equipped with a 30 amp RV plug which is really convenient, because I could plug my travel trailer into this, and I could run everything on my travel trailer off of this generator with no Problem whatsoever, okay, so all in all it's a very nice generator. I do not know if the starting issue was something I did. Maybe Homepage could comment? It did ask for 75 % choke, but then again today it is about it's probably around 77 degrees. Right now, so it is warm, maybe the propane had to get through the carburetor. What have you I don't know, but to tell you the truth, I have no doubt that this thing will start when I needed to start, and it looks like a pretty good unit. So if I get enough runtime on it, I'll do an update some point. But if you have any questions, let me know until then get outdoors enjoy your friends. Enjoy your family, make some memories. Happy Trails out.