As I patiently wait for my Model 3 invite to config so I can upgrade from my original 2011 Nissan Leaf, the Blink charger that came with the car (aka the Spawn of Satan... charger NOT the car) seems to have developed another issue besides just deciding that it doesn't want to work sometimes. I tried to plug it into my Leaf last night and it wouldn't go in. On further inspection it appears that one of the plugs has the metal part bent a little bit: Thankfully the Level 1 portable charger that comes with the car works just fine and I was able to plug that in and charge. My commute is only 35-40 miles so I should be able to limp towards my Model 3. There's no way I'm buying a new charger and I plan to buy the Tesla wall unit. But is it possible for me to fix it? Can I bend it back with a chopstick or something? I'd worry about damaging my car with it though... so I'm probably just going to suck it up and stick with Level 1 charger until my Model 3 comes. The Blink (Spawn of Satan) plugs into a 6-50R plug so I guess I could get an EVSE that works with that but I don't want to put any money into an EVSE that I'll just use for 2-4 months. My 2011 Leaf with the Spawn of Satan in the background.