Westinghouse WGen7500 7500W Electric Start Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Start

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Westinghouse WGen7500 7500W Electric Start Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Start Features:


If you spend a lot of time in places where some portable power would be very useful, then the Westinghouse WGen7500 could be perfect for you. Its applications are many—power for emergency sites, work sites, outdoor parties, tools and work, and much, much more.

The WGen7500 is reliable and powerful. It offers 7500 running watts and 9000 peak watts. Its engine is the 420cc Westinghouse 4-stroke OHV with a protective cast iron sleeve. Automatic low oil shutdown protects the engine from issues caused by low oil levels. The unit has both electric and recoil start.

This generator has two Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) 5-20R 120V Household Duplex Receptacles and One L14-30R 120/240V Twist-Lock Receptacle. All the outlets have rubber covers on them for protection from the elements and other potential problems. Using this generator is easy; a Plug-and-Play kit comes with a 12v battery charger, oil, an oil funnel, a tool kit, and a manual to get you started. A little assembly is required.

The WGen7500 was created for reliable, strong, portable power. Westinghouse offers a 3-Year Limited Warranty for this unit. They also provide Nationwide Customer Service and a support line for all consumers and their generator needs. The Westinghouse WGen7500 is a portable powerhouse for all your electricity needs on the go.

WESTINGHOUSE WGen7500 Features:

  • CARB/EPA/CSA Certified
  • Size: 27.3" L, 26.1" W, 26.2" H - Weight: 200.6 lbs
  • The WGen7500 contains a Westinghouse 420 cc 4-Stroke OHV engine. It is encased in a cast iron sleeve for extra protection. It has a recoil start and an automatic low oil shutdown to prevent damage from low oil levels. The unit also comes with a Digital Hour Meter.
  • This generator runs at 7500 Running Watts and 9000 Peak Watts.
  • The WGen7500 contains a 6.6-gallon fuel tank. This model is portable and gas-powered, and sports a fuel gauge and tank shutoff valve. It is also CARB, CPA, and EPA compliant for the U.S. and Canada.
  • The WGen7500 features two Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) 5-20R 120V Household Duplex Receptacles and one L14-30R 120/240V Twist-Lock Receptacle. Outlets have rubber covers as protection.
  • This generator has a 3-year limited warranty.
  • 5
    The WGen7500 , the best generator for the "Average Homeowner"

    Posted by RONALD CARNAHAN on Mar 12, 2021

    I purchased this generator for the excellent features it boasted for the price. With the 3 year warranty , how could I go wrong ? Upon delivery , I started the easy wheel and leg assembly on this model. The frame was extremely well built and heavy duty. After adding the supplied oil and completing the initial start up procedures , I thought I would try the remote start that was one of the greatest features of this model. With gasoline in the 6.6 gal tank , I pressed on the remote control start button for one second , to my surprise , the green starting light flashed on the generator and it turned over about 2 or 3 times and fired right off !!! Ran smooth and actually quieter than the Generac generator i borrowed last year from a family member. I am so glad I made this purchase. I would recommend it to family , friends , and any average homeowner looking for a reasonably priced generator.......with more Bang for the Buck !!!

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 08, 2020

    Great product - poor Westinghouse Customer Service

  • 5
    we have found

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 06, 2020

    We do not have power to our barn yet so when the

  • 5
    Couldn't ask for more

    Posted by David Kirkpatrick on Sep 19, 2018

    Arrived via freight company. 2 guys off loaded. Removing container was straightforward and packing was not damaged. Added supplies oil to crankcase. Attached wires to battery. A little fuel and it started right away. Slightly louder than I expected, but available amperage for my needs is the key. It has run everything I have tested. Hve not used th ju s unit on RV trip, yet, but I'm sure it will be up to the task.
    About the only negative comment us the weight. I had to build a rack for the rear of the RV (5th wheel) that would hold the 200#. I'm about to test this rack in real time conditions. The weight was adequately posted, so I knew what I was dealing with from the start.

  • 4
    Great product once it got here!

    Posted by Three lakes cheese man on Jun 23, 2018

    Works and runs my mobile cheese and sausage refrigerated trailer with 220 watt.

  • 5
    Westinghouse WGen7500 7500W Electric Start Portable Generator

    Posted by Tom Rector on Mar 23, 2018

    Great experience buying this WGen7500 from AP Electric. Very knowledgeable about the product

  • 5
    Can't beat it

    Posted by D. Willims on Mar 23, 2018

    Hands down the best value on the market for a 7500watt portable generator

  • 4
    Use it 6 days a week 12 hours a day.

    Posted by Vern on Mar 18, 2018

    I'm on unit number four. This unit runs 6 days a week, usually 12 hours a day.

    The engine and 'service centers' are the weak points on this machine. Three engines have failed around 900 hrs. All three , tried the service center for warranty.......forget it. Went to factory and you ship they examine and will keep , repair or you pay to ship it back.

    I worked for a school board for 14 years in the mechanical equipment repair shop. I change oil religiously, service air filters adjust valves and maintain clean cooling fins. Two of the engines had connecting rod failures. Both destroyed the blocks . The third I believe the governor came apart and went between the crank and can gear which pushed the can out through the side of the block. The fourth generator at 300 hrs had the spark plug wire fail ....no idea how or why. I suspect someone tried to remove it thinking it was a Honda engine as these connectors are ceramic and about $48.00 a piece. Westinghouse uses one that is bonded to the wire. Someone tried to unscrew it. I replaced it with a Honda aforementioned connector.

    Other than weak engines, (even with) they are great generators for the money. Plenty of clean power, always starts, quiet compared to anything even close to its output. Fuel efficient (always use high test marine gas ) unit runs loaded for a full 12 hours a day as a rule. Oh, only had one other problem: as the 220 outlet burnt out. Possibly due to the male end plug? Would recommend highly if anyone is looking for a part-time portable generator. Even replacement every year, we have found nothing that will compare.

  • 5

    Posted by Scott Schrank on Feb 21, 2018

    I have had my Westinghouse WH7500 for a couple of months now. Always starts and performs. I would recommend this generator.