My GE Wattstation is no longer working. Seems it's about 4 years old now, maybe 5. Car charges fine elsewhere. Inspected wiring at outlet and in breaker box and it looks fine. It still seems to power on but won't charge the car. The internal fuses seem ok. After some debate, I decided to get a Clipper Creek HCS-50P with 6-50 plug to replace it. I've already got wiring and breaker to support the higher amperage. I debated getting Tesla EVSE's, but I still want to be able to charge other non-Tesla EVs in my garage. Clipper Creek has a great variety to choose from, with seemingly pretty good reviews. Hopefully it is quieter than the old GE Wattstation -- it had a super loud contactor thunk and would sometimes hum loudly while charging. What should I do with the old EVSE? Seems like I could maybe recycle some of it, rather than just trashing it.