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Carrier 58MVP Furnace Overview

The Carrier 58 MVP furnace is a gas furnace from Carrier’s Weathermaker Infinity line of products. The 58 MVP can achieve 96% AFUE and appears to be no longer manufactured by Carrier. The current model that most closely resembles the 58 MVP is the Infinity 96 gas furnace.

The Carrier 58 MVP provides just enough heat to maintain the desired indoor temperature, while operating at a low capacity to save energy dollars. A variable speed motor and a computerized control center enable the 58 MVP to operate efficiently. The furnace has two heat exchangers; the first one uses 80% of the gas for heat and the second one uses 12 – 16%.

Furnace Filters for the Carrier 58MVP

Air Flow ConfigurationCabinet WidthFilters
All17-1/2″1 16x25x1
filter
(side air return)
1 16x25x1
filter
(bottom air return)
All21″1 16x25x1
filter
(side air return)
1 20x25x1
filter
(bottom air return)
All24-1/2″1 16x25x1
filter
(side air return)
1 24x25x1
filter
(bottom air return)

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Consumer Reviews of Carrier 58MVP

2.6

  • Very Satisfied
    10
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    0
  • Neutral
    0
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    0
  • Very Unsatisfied
    15
  • #7 of 25 Carrier Furnace
  • 40% of customers recommended

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Carrier 58MVP Furnace Reviews

Showing 6-10 of 18 reviews

"Are all high efficiency furnaces junk?"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

58Mpv100-20 Infinity-(refers to needed pocket depth) This 58MVP 2 stage replaced an Amana high efficiency furnace. The dealer replaced the Amana heat module 3 times before I called it quits and “upgraded” to the Carrier furnace. I’m glad I bought the extended ten year warranty because at the tenth year the secondary heat exchanger sooted up and had to be replaced, (free to me). This year, (maybe two years after the heat exchanger replacement), I had to replace the main blower motor. The dealer quoted extreme prices – $600 if it was the control board, and $900 for the motor. I found a control board on ebay for $250. After replacing it myself, (there are like 20 or 30 wires involved), the motor was doing the same thing. It would just slowly rock back and forth. Now I have a spare control board! Next I replaced the main blower motor with it’s attached controller for $570. That fixed the problem. Carrier is proud of their parts! I am just glad I can fix some of this crap myself. Never again Carrier. Luckily this happened in the fall when the temperature was moderate, because the dealer had zero parts available.

Dwight, Il

"Infinity Series with up to 96.6% Afue"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I had a Carrier Infinity Series furnace with up to 96.6% Afue installed in my house in the fall of 2005. I had the furnace serviced each year. In October, 2013 when I turned on the heat the exhaust pipes on the outside of the house were noisy. I called in service personnel who told me the motor has to be replaced. In 2005 when I bought the furnace I was told it was a quality, top of the line furnace. I did not expect the motor to be worn out in 8 years. The Carrier furnace was a replacement for a mid-efficiency York furnace installed in the house by the builder when the house was built in 1985. That furnace served me for 20 years with no problems. I contacted Carrier, Review Board, I was told (my own words) “We are sorry you have problems, your warranty on the motor has run out, go fix it, good luck in the future”. From enquiries I have made, the cost to replace the motor will be in excess of $1,500. I was unaware of the class actions against the company and complaints by purchasers when I purchased the furnace. Carrier has lost me as a consumer.

"Infinity"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Purchased 2 years ago. Cost $12,700. The Carrier dealer Broom Heating & Air, installed the direct vent furnace in my basement without the external air intake, leaving it as open combustion. I had specifically stated that I wanted a direct vent installation. They reinstalled the direct vent flue/intake when I noticed it. The dealer stated that he had installed 50 direct vent furnaces as open combustion with no complaints. This installation reduces efficiency and increases carbon monoxide hazards. The furnace frequently trips off under high load. Broom came out several times and informed me that nothing is wrong. I had a different dealer evaluate it. There has been a hazard alert from Carrier. The furnace will eventually require a high labor repair. Parts are covered for 10 years. Broom never informed me about the furnace defect despite my frequent complaints. The independent technician informed me that until the furnace is repaired, I should assure that I have a good carbon monoxide monitor. This is my worst purchase ever.

Columbia S.C.

"5 years and the parts started going"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Would never buy a Carrier furnace again. Overpriced and not a reliable product. Extremely disappointed.

Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada

"No Customer Service, Poor System Design"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Carrier “customer service” will not provide any information to the end- user, no matter how basic, citing liability issues. My issue is that their TrueSense dirty filter technology throws repeated false faults to replace the filter. Carrier directs the end-user to contact a Carrier certified technician. I have been through three such technicians with no fix, just repeated service call charges. Bad design and low-levels of Carrier “certified technician” competence. Do not buy carrier products

Denver, CO

Other 58MVP Reviews

Several posters on contractortalk.com mention problems with various aspects of the Carrier 58 MVP. The conclusion was reached in each situation that the problems related back to improper installation. One owner commented that his furnace worked perfectly after a minor installation flaw was corrected.

A question about the efficiency of the 58 MVP was discussed on the homebuyerstalk.com forum. An owner and a contractor both highly recommended the furnace and commented on the energy savings and the quiet operation of the equipment.

Hvac-talk.com lists a few discussions about the 58 MVP from owners trying to find out about fault codes. The control center of the furnace will show a code when there is a problem. Once again, the problem seems to lie in finding a reliable service technician to understand the code and fix the issue.

Question and Answer

Question:

I have a carrier 58MVP 100 furnace that displays a 4 short flashes then 5 long blinking code.

Answer:

Your status code is a two-digit number, with the first number digit determined by the number of short flashes and the second digit by the number of long flashes. Your unit has a code 45, Control Circuitry Lockout. This can be caused by a flame sense circuit failure, a gas valve relay stuck open, or a software error. Here is a link to the troubleshooting guide for the Carrier 58MVP.

Carrier 58MVP Model Numbers

The 58MVP is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model Number AFUE BTUs per Hour
58MVP040-14 96.6 40,000
58MVP040-14* 95 40,000
58MVP040-14-L 96.6 26,000
58MVP040-14-L* 95 26,000
58MVP060-14 94.1 60,000
58MVP060-14* 92.7 60,000
58MVP060-14-L 94.1 39,000
58MVP080-14 94.1 80,000
58MVP080-14* 92.7 80,000
58MVP080-14-L 94.1 52,000
58MVP080-14-L* 92.7 52,000
58MVP080-20 94.1 80,000
58MVP080-20* 92.7 80,000
58MVP080-20-L 94.1 52,000
58MVP080-20-L* 92.7 52,000
58MVP100-20 94.1 100,000
58MVP100-20* 92.7 100,000
58MVP100-20-L 94.1 65,000
58MVP100-20-L* 92.7 65,000
58MVP120-20 94.1 120,000
58MVP120-20* 92.7 120,000
58MVP120-20-L 94.1 78,000
58MVP120-20-L* 92.7 78,000

58MVP Warranty

Carrier offers the following warranty:

  • A limited lifetime warranty on the heat exchangers for the 58 MVP.
  • The furnace itself is covered for five years.

The company also offers extended warranties for more customer protection.

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