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  1. #1
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    Can anyone identify this model number: 58MVP-080-F114. I'm told it's a Carrier Infinity 96 but I want to be sure.

    Thanks!

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    Yep that is a 80,000 BTU Carrier Infinity

  3. #3
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    New infinity number will be 58MVB, 58MVP is the infinity also. (just an FYI)
    Proud supporter of Springfield Millers and Oregon Ducks.

  4. #4
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    Is there much difference between them? Wondering if I need to request the newer unit. Any way to tell how much older the MVP unit is?

    Thanks!

  5. #5
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    Through the serial #

  6. #6
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    Got a bid today to install this furnace and a Carrier cased coil, model no. K5-BXA-042-021 in my attic, to replace an existing Ameristar furnace & coil that wasn't done right (as previous threads have discussed) and just isn't the right furnace for the application (too loud). Got a price of $4500 to remove the existing set up and plug the new one in (ducts, drain pan, mechanical lines, etc. are all already in place and will remain).

    [Edited by krxman on 11-09-2005 at 12:23 AM]

  7. #7
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    where do you live.why not go with gas furnace.

  8. #8
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    Is unit you are replacing the same unit that you have the problem with the coil.

  9. #9
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    Originally posted by coolcray3
    where do you live.why not go with gas furnace.

    Dude. THAT is a gas furnace...94.6 %.
    Let's not talk about price , but those furnaces are not cheap..... VERY nice. IMHO
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

  10. #10
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    no i thought he said the original unit was a heat pump.

  11. #11
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    ok i have read your other post and got the whole picture and if you are swapping out your furnace for a quieter one and because of the coil problem and they are not going to swap out the condensing unit the only thing i can say about the $$$ is wow. where do you live. you said that the unit is right behind the wall where you office is and it is loud. have you tried sound proofing the wall between your office and the unit.

  12. #12
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    As millerman pointed out the MVB is replacing the MVP. Someone asked about any differences.

    1. The MVB can be set up as a one pipe or two pipe where the MVP is a strictly a two pipe system.

    2. The MVB comes with a new improved HSI


    Dave in NJ

  13. #13
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    Isnt there an improved secondary as well?

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