It appears that the Tesla only will charge once per time it is plugged in... (without a workaround). I plugged my car in after work and it charged to 90%. The next morning my daughter asked me to take her to school so I pre-heated the car, then she didn't need the ride (and I forgot to turn off the heating for a little bit). I later noticed that the car was down to 87% charge. Not horrid, but it's a few percent. So, I poked through both the Tesla app and the Remote S app, and there did not seem to be any way of starting a new charge. I poked my head in the car as well and nothing there seemed to indicate that I could restart the charge either. The workaround that I found (other than unplugging and re-plugging it in) was to change the charge limit, at which point the car immediately started charging. So, am I missing something? It was not critical there, but it seems like if I have the car plugged in it should keep the charge it's set to (perhaps using wall power while plugged in or something.) Thoughts? working at intended? known bug? call the SC immediately, the car is about to burst into flames?