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    Dashcam Unavailable Check USB

    Issue still happens but more rare now. Maybe 1 out of 5 drives it fails.
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    Those of you that use SSDs for sentry mode. Does it get extremely hot?

    Ive been using a 2.5inch WD Passport drive (platter drive) for a while and it had no issues. Didnt heat up too crazy (just got warm). I decided to switch to an SSD, and oh my gosh. Even just driving around with 'dashcam' mode on it gets really warm. When car is parked under the sun with sentry...
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    Dashcam Unavailable Check USB

    Seems like this update fixed it for me.
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    Dashcam Unavailable Check USB

    Just got notification to install 2022.12.3.6, hopefully it fixes the issue
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    Dashcam Unavailable Check USB

    I have a mechanical (so basically infinite write cycles) WD Passport USB drive (made so that it can take vibrations from driving). Was working great for over a year. After updating to 2022.12.3.5 I got this issue. I took out the drive, did SMART check and checked every sector. Didnt find any...
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    Master Thread: Definitive 14-50 NEMA Outlet Guide

    I agree Back on the main topic, I ordered BRYANT 9450FR for ~$46 from Grainger https://www.grainger.com/product/BRYANT-50-A-49YY93 Seems like the best bang for the buck. According to OP its same quality as the $100 HUBBELL for half the price. I dont think we'll be seeing those close to OP's...
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    Master Thread: Definitive 14-50 NEMA Outlet Guide

    Well, its multi faceted. Not being to code means that if your house burns down its an excuse for insurance to not pay out. But this may actually not be a problem. His link says 40A, but if you click it it actually says rated for 50A. As long as that thing will accomodate 6AWG wire (which it...
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    Master Thread: Definitive 14-50 NEMA Outlet Guide

    Its rated for 40A, 14-50 is rated for 50A. Tesla Gen 2 mobile connector pulls only 32Amps, so it would 'work' but it would not be to code and would be a fire hazard if someone in the future (perhaps next house owner) plugs in something that actually pulls over 40 Amps (by 80% rule of NEC any...
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    Master Thread: Definitive 14-50 NEMA Outlet Guide

    I am currently (and for the last 2 years or so) have been using LEVITON cheapo Home Depot one with 32A draw from mobile adapter on MY. Works fine most of the time. But if my charge is low enough for it to charge for more than 4 hours or so then it will trigger receptacle overheat (Blinking red...
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    Master Thread: Definitive 14-50 NEMA Outlet Guide

    you wont be able to find a small switch because it needs to support potential full draw from the 14-50R downstream from it. I used something similar to this - GE 60 Amp Non Automatic AC Disconnect TNA60R1CP - The Home Depot
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    High battery degradation from brand new MYP.

    Isnt it still a guessometer? While its better than nothing it does mean that if one number is wrong then whole thing is wrong and in some cases you could never know you are looking at bad data.
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    What goes into the trip kwh usage calculation?

    Just did a 600 mile trip in LR MY. Trip computer states the following: 603 miles | 183 kWh | 302 Wh/mi I left the trip at 100% charge (74Kw in the pack). I supercharged during the trip for total of 125Kw. I arrived back with 7% battery. This means that I have put in total of 199Kw. Taking out...
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    Any reason not to install 2021.32.22?

    Anyone know if with the driver monitoring in last update, the radar is still active in cars with radar (Model Y specifically) ?
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    Read all 5 pages, still not sure if I should upgrade my MY.
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    Lets talk mud flaps, spot welded nuts and loose bolts (also why every Model Y owner needs mud flaps)

    Got about 1500 miles with this setup. Its working great. In my previous post I mentioned water can make it past the mud flaps by simply overwhelming them during rain, but a quick wipe and its like new. Anything that makes it back there glances right off the PPF.

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