Hi all, I've moved into a new home and am a first time Tesla owner and noticed that in my garage there is a outlet cover that says "EV Charger". When I took off the cover there are wires beneath it as well as a breaker in my electrical panel that says EV Charger and has 40 on it (which I'm assuming is the amps). I have no electrical background but was hoping to do this on my own. It seems like my garage is prewired for the outlet which I can use for my new Tesla. I was assuming I could just go to my local Home Depot to get a NEMO 14-50 outlet and install it on my own. What scared me is that I've been reading on multiple forums that the charger that comes with the Tesla has been melting or overheating in many people's homes because its pulling a constant 40 amps and the breakers/wires of those using a 40 amp breaker was causing many to have issues. I've then read that recently Tesla lowered the amount of amps on their chargers to 32 amps max (on the 2nd gen) to alleviate this problem. Does anyone know if this is true, and if so, is it just as easy as me buying a NEMO 14-50 outlet, installing it and plugging in my new car and I should be good to go? Thanks for any advice!