I have a HPWC sharing setup in my garage. The "primary/master" HPWC charges the X without any issue and any Model S that has hooked up to it. My Model 3, when plugged in the same primary/master gives me a yellow light and says 'partially plugged' in and charges at 16 AMP. My Model 3 works fine on every other HPWC and ALSO works fine on the secondary/slave HPWC. The secondary HPWC has a J1772 charging head and NOT the Tesla connector but I am doubtful that the J1772 connector contributes to the problem of the the PRIMARY/MASTER HPWC as the J1772 headed secondary HPWC charges the Model 3 at 40 AMPS. Primary/Master HPWC (Tesla connector) throws a fit when connected to the 3. Charges at 16 AMPS. Secondary/Slave HPWC (J1772 Connector) charges fine at 40AMPS. WTF I actually made a thread here before I isolated the issue as -specific- to my home setup. HPWC charging at only 16 AMPS on Model 3 I am wondering if anyone else has a HPWC Power Sharing setup and seen or not sen what I am experiencing. Thanks P.S. FML on my over-engineering every damn thing. Power Sharing completely useless complexity as none of my Tesla's even charge at 72AMP. Two individual non-linked HPWCs probably would have been fine. I would say J1772 connector so I can charge the Volt simultaneously with a Tesla on one circuit might have sounded clever but not enough gain for the pain. I'm qualified to work for Tesla I guess. P.S.S - J1772 converted to a Tesla Adapter has no electronic button to signal a power disconnect. To charge at 40 AMPS, I need to use the J1772. To disconnect the J1772, I have to either get into the car to unlock the charge port or wait for the car to wake up so I can use the app. TAKES FOREVER. P.S.S.S - WHERE TF is the option to be always connected, always on for Model 3. Vampire drain, vampire schmain. Make it OPTIONAL. That's a derivative of the word OPTION. OPTIONS are nice. P.S.S.S.S - Extra salty due to the TSLA nose dive. Got some December calls near LOD however. See you at Q3 earnings..