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Dead destination charger

Discussion in 'North America' started by t00shay, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. t00shay

    t00shay Member

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    So there are two Tesla destination chargers near my house that are dead. There is no power to them. Who do I report the problem to? Is it Tesla who owns and maintain them or the property owner?
     
  2. cpa

    cpa Active Member

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    The property owner is responsible.

    I experienced a dead destination charger at a hotel in Phoenix. It had been out of service for over three months. Management was unconcerned.

    Tesla furnishes the unit free, and anecdotally sometimes helps defray the cost of installation. But the property owner is responsible for maintenance, repair and the electricity charges.
     
  3. t00shay

    t00shay Member

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    Thanks for the quick response. Well then, it looks like I'm out of luck. The property has closed down. I'll try to get tesla to remove it from their map then.
     
  4. SageBrush

    SageBrush Active Member

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    Try to buy it, or perhaps Tesla might relocate the device.
     

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