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CARRIER Infinity 98 Furnace

#20 of 21 CARRIER Furnaces

Updated: Jan 14, 2017

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Overview of the Infinity 98

The Carrier Infinity 98, also known as the 59MN7, is a variable-speed condensing gas furnace with an efficiency rating of up to 98.5% AFUE. It is designed for flexible, multi-position installation, including upflow, downflow and horizontal. The Infinity 98 is Energy Star qualified and Hybrid Heat compatible when combined with an Infinity heat pump and Infinity Touch control. The Infinity Touch control also monitors the system and allows remote management. The Infinity 98 has a corrosion-resistant aluminized steel primary heat exchanger and a stainless steel fin-and-tube secondary heat exchanger. An insulated cabinet reduces heat loss and combines with the unit's variable-speed operation to provide operating sound levels as low as 38.4 decibels.

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Date created: 2017-01-14 Name: H. LY
Location: Ontario, Canada

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"STAY AWAY from CARRIER Furnace, especially from COZY COMFORT Plus"
If you want to receive a defective Carrier furnace and accept that they have the right to refuse to replace a defective Carrier furnace even it is a new furnace that stopped running only one hour after installation, then go and buy a Carrier. Besides, read the back of your agreement carefully. Please please do not spend big money to get more headache like I experienced with their dealer and even with Carrier's head office in Canada and in the USA.

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Other Infinity 98 Reviews

There are a couple of posts on hvac-talk.com from homeowners who are considering having the Infinity 98 installed and would like opinions. The large majority of responses are positive, with several mentioning the improved comfort and humidity control. In a post on the same site from a homeowner who said his Infinity 98 burned out in 3 years, there are several responses calling it a good unit and saying it may be due to a poor installation.

Infinity 98 Warranty

Product registration is required within 90 days of installation for maximum warranty coverage. The warranty for the Carrier Infinity 98 furnace is comprised of the following:

  • 10-year limited warranty on parts
  • Lifetime heat exchanger limited warranty

The 10-year parts warranty reverts to 5 years and the lifetime heat exchanger warranty reverts to 20 years if the product is not registered within 90 days. Labor costs are not covered by the warranty.

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