Hi, I've had the car for 2 year now, almost 50k miles/80k km. I've been traveling to France, Germany, Netherland, Belgium and have always been able to use the type 2 cable at public chargers, or the UMC. UMC is picky so at times, if the plug is not grounded or their is a neutral problem, it will directly turn red as soon as you plug it in a socket that has some fault. What I have since we left for our vacation is that the car does not want to charger unless I use a supercharger or a destination charger from Tesla. I've tried many different plugs, standard schuko or red high power, and experience the following: UMC is green, so happy with the socket chosen, but then as soon as I plug it in the car, it turns red and the car complains there is no power on the source. The same behavior happens with Type 2 public chargers: as soon as I plug them, the car warns about problem with the source power. I've called road assistance to check, they looked at the logs and don't find errors. Their belief is that my type 2 cable is broken and that the power outlet I connect the umc to are not ok. I've tried different public chargers, some using my type 2 cable, some with their own cable. We're traveling to our vacation resort, so I tried in Austria and now in Croatia. Same problem. We arrived last night and today I'll drive to the closest destination charger and hopefully get a charge there. I did reboot both screens but I believe the charging bit is not linked to those computers. Has this happened to anyone?