Three years ago when I had an EVSE put in the garage, the installer put an "Air Conditioning Disconnect Switch" directly above the Aerovironment EVSE. I'd never seen that before, but it was handy as the breaker was all the way on the other side of the house in the basement. Well, today as I was charging my i3 I was greeted with that wonderful "melted plastic" smell. It took me a while to figure out what was melting (I assumed it was the i3!) but eventually discovered I was unable to pull out the disconnect switch. After much effort to pry off the plastic covering (which it turned out was melted into the switch) I was greeted with the following mess: So the EVSE is out of commission until I correct this. I'm not sure what went wrong here as the switch is rated for 240 VAC at 60 Amps. The breaker is 40 Amps, and the EVSE never draws more than 30 Amps. The EVSE never stopped working but I obviously decided to remove the switch for safety. So now I have a covered box above the EVSE, and some burned wires that need to be trimmed back. What would be the best way to get the EVSE back in service? I'm thinking wire connectors of some type to bond the wires together. I'm loath to install the same type of switch, although that would be easiest as the box is fine and good to go. Ideas?