Hi guys. I seem to have my charging problems in Vacaville. I am the one with the white smoke last Xmas that Tesla never found a reason for. This time, I was charging at 100 kW when the current suddenly dropped to zero. When I checked the supercharger cable, it was almost too hot to touch. On removing the cable, there was clear sticky stuff oozing out the end. Luckily, I had enough charge to get home to east bay. The chargers on either side in Vacaville would not connect. (yellow error no matter how many times I replugged). Perhaps my inlet was gooed? At home my J1772 worked at 30 amps/240v through the adapter. I had planned to test the car at Fremont, but Tesla was concerned I might burn up another SC. Tesla checked the car and said the on board charger was fine. (I thought they weren't used with supercharging?). They replaced the inlet., said they checked supercharging at San Rafael. I hope that it works, since I have a trip to Madera on Saturday that will need a charge in Manteca. Below is a picture. Anyone else seen this?p.s. No more white smoke in 20k miles.