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What is the difference between a carrier58ste045 and a carrier 58ctx070?

Post created: 2013-04-08 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 229

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Compare to a carrier 58ste 045


On 2013-04-11 JB wrote:

Hi,

Did you mean 58STA 045? I couldn't find a 58STE 045.

I found this on the 58STE045 on the Carrier website:

58STA/58STX Gas-Fired Furnaces

The 58STA/58STX 4-way multipoise gas furnaces feature Carrier's QuieTechTM noise reduction system for incredibly quiet induced draft operation. Applications are easy with 4-way multipoise design, through-the-furnace downflow venting, 13 different venting options, and a door designed for easy service access. An inner blower door is provided for tighter sealing in sensitive applications. The 58STA furnace is approved for use with either propane or natural gas. The 58STX furnace is approved for use with natural or propane gas, and for use in Low NOx Air Quality Management Districts. 58STA/58STX features include:

QuieTech™ noise reduction system

Microprocessor-based control center

Adjustable heating air temperature rise

Adjustable cooling airflow

LED diagnostics and self-test features

4-way multipoise furnace, 13 vent applications

Shorter in height - only 33 1 /3" tall

Inner blower door

Hot Surface Ignition (HSI)

Draft safeguard switch to ensure proper furnace venting

Heat pump compatible

Residential installations eligible for consumer financing through the Retail Credit Program

For the 58CTX070 I found the following on the Carrier website:

58CTA/58CTX Gas-Fired Furnaces

The 58CTA/58CTX two-stage, 4-way multipoise gas furnaces offer unmatched comfort in their class with ComfortHeatTM Technology in an 80% AFUE gas furnace. You get the benefits of a ComfortHeatTM Technology furnace: reduced drafts, reduced sound levels, longer cycles, less temperature swing between cycles, and less temperature difference between rooms. Its exclusive, intelligent microprocessor control adapts to the heating needs of the home by automatically adjusting high and low heat times to maximize comfort. The 58CTA furnace is approved for use with natural or propane gas. The 58CTX furnace is approved for use with natural or propane gas, and for use in Low NOx Air Quality Management Districts. The 58CTA/58CTX furnaces feature:

ComfortHeat™ Technology

Two-stage heating with single-stage thermostat

Very low operating sound through low-stage operation and QuieTechTM system

Microprocessor based "smart" control center:

Adapts heating stages to meet demand

Dehumidification selection for summertime cooling

Adjustable heating air temperature rise

Adjustable cooling airflow

ComfortFanTM - Constant fan speed selectable from thermostat

LED diagnostics and self-test feature

Stores fault codes during power outages

4-way multipoise furnace, 13 vent applications

Shorter in height - only 33 1/3" tall

Hot Surface Ignition (HSI)

Draft safeguard switch to ensure proper furnace venting

Insulated blower compartment

Heat pump compatible

All models are chimney-friendly when used with accessory vent kit

Residential installations eligible for consumer financing through the Retail Credit Program


On 2013-04-11 wrote:

Thank you.


On 2013-08-24 Mostafa wrote:

Wondering if someone can help me out, my funcrae comes on however after a few seconds the flames cut out, as if the gas supply is cut off. I followed the directions of turning everything off then turning on gas and power then thermostat, but the same thing happened.


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