Hi, New member here - Model 3 Performance, MSM leased via OctopusEV since November 2019. Apologies for the lengthy post....! I'm having a problem with charging in that the charging session will stop before the set limit is reached. This seems to happen intermittently. I reported it to Tesla support how did a remote diagnosis and this is their response - "Our virtual service technicians have reviewed your charging stopping occurrence and found that it was caused by your charger detecting a power surge in the electric grid, possibly caused by other electric devices connected to the electric grid nearby. "In order to troubleshoot the issue, we'd kindly ask that you try charging at a different location, for instance at work or at a public AC charger. "This is to determine if the reason for the charge stopping is surges from the electric grid at one location, or if the charge stop follows the car. "If the behavior is observed at other locations, we'll invite you to visit a Service Center for further diagnosis, and if the issue does not follow the car we can offer to help troubleshoot remotely, however note this is difficult since the reason for the behavior may be outside of Tesla's control. You may also ask an electrician to inspect the charge installation at the location where you're experiencing problems." I tried charging from a 13amp socket over Xmas and this worked okay. I contacted the supplier of my home charge point (EO Mini Pro) who suggested that it may be linked to the 'smart' features of the charger cutting the charge for some reason. They sent instructions on how to unplug the 'smart' part of the charger so that it just operates as a 'dumb' charger. This seemed to work okay the first time I tested it but last night the charging session stopped again before the limit was reached. When the charging session stops I can restart it immediately via the app. I have a replacement EO Mini Pro on the way but my gut feel is that this may not solve the issue. Has anyone else experienced anything similar? Thanks!