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    Max charge keeps dropping

    Nevermind, got them.
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    Max charge keeps dropping

    Thanks! Not too familiar with them, contact on forum or elsewhere?
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    Max charge keeps dropping

    Thank you both! So now I get the difference by mode so that’s not an issue. My only and big problem is what it thinks is full keeps dropping and as of right now on standard mode it stopped at 50 miles. It was 184 in the spring time, 96 maybe a month ago. I’ve tried switching chargers to the...
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    Max charge keeps dropping

    For the past month or so have had some odd behavior. Interested in any insights. It’s a 2008 Roadster. First, when I change the charge mode from storage, standard, performance... etc the mileage number for amount of charge I have changes instantly. For instance, now I’m charged at 96 miles but...
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    Buzz humming sound and drop in charge level

    Thanks! Last night I popped the trunk and flipped it to range mode for charge as some of the posts suggested. Left that way for 2hrs or so and then flipped back to standard. It stopped! Must have been the temp then. I don't think I've ever had it in range mode as one odd thing I noticed was the...
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    Buzz humming sound and drop in charge level

    Maybe. I don't know. I may try range mode and drop amps to 16 for charge to see if it's a cooling issue or pump.
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    Buzz humming sound and drop in charge level

    I've had a non-stop buzzing / humming sound behind my passenger door for days. It occurs when plugged in or not. At the same time, have noticed my charge level drop from what used to be 180 miles to now struggling to get to 170 and usually hanging around 165-163. It's a 2008 Roadster. I've been...
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    Roadster HPWC won’t connect enough to trigger charging

    It does when it’s not on the car. It seems to not go all the way forward when I put it on the car though. I tried the 120v charger no issues and the clip on top is sliding forward and back better, clean and easy slide.
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    Roadster HPWC won’t connect enough to trigger charging

    I found one other post on this forum and checked inside the wall unit to see if the purple clips are connected. Mine are. https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/attachments/img_1824-jpg.194387/
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    Roadster HPWC won’t connect enough to trigger charging

    Has anyone had the HPWC for the Roadster not trigger charging? I connect it to the car, then push the lock clip on top forward and then nothing. The color around the charger stays white and that blue light that normally triggers just before green charging never happens. Seems like the clip on...
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    Home electrical issue

    Im running a 90amp to it, I should have been more clear. Decided that after the first few responses on here. My mobile connnector GFI keeps tripping so can’t charge right now at all. :-). I think it’s the age of the connector causing it. Procrastinated on the HPWC for 8 months, now need it...
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    Home electrical issue

    I have the Clipper Creek. The plan right now is to run 70amp to it and then just change my setting in the 08 Roadster to pull down 24 or so. If I do that, do I need to reprogram the Clipper too?
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    Home electrical issue

    Thanks everyone! Going to install the full set of Amps to the HPWC and throttle it in both my Model S and Roadster car settings.
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    Home electrical issue

    About 8 months ago I acquired a 2008 roadster (I’m the second owner) and have been using the 110v plug. I’m finally getting around to having an electrician estimate hooking up the roadster High Power Wall Connector that requires 90amps. The electrician is concerned about running that amount of...

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