i bought the corded mobile connector for my work location. I lock it in the plug with a small padlock. A few days ago I noticed the amps dropping after charging for a half hour or so. I took it to the Syosset center (their service is excellent by the way) and they repeated the condition. They said a resister went bad in the plug and when it gets hot it would throttle back the amps. They are replacing it for free but I wondered if this was a common problem. They gave the plug back to me to use while the replacement ships and said it was ok to use in the meantime but I am concerned. They recommended I throttle back the amps to 30 to prevent the overheat condition from being triggered. You think that is safe?