I’m hoping someone can provide some guidance on this since Tesla Toronto East Service Centre hasn’t been able to solve this problem yet. I have a 2015 Model S that I’ve been charging daily for well over 6 years in my garage using a NEMA 14-50 AMP recepticle. Early in November I was unable to detach the mobile connector cable from the car as the connection melted and was fused into the charging port. The car had to be towed to the Tesla service centre and resulted in the charge port and internal cable being replaced ($3,000+ repair) and I bought a new mobile connector cable. I spoke to the Technician who repaired my car to understand what exactly happened and came away with the understanding the issue was a result of a faulty first generation mobile connector charging cable. About 2 weeks later it happened again with the new cable but this time with some difficulty, I was able to disconnect the mobile adaptor from my Model S charge port. I drove the car back into the Tesla service centre to have it checked out and they claimed it must be my NEMA electrical connection that was faulty. So I purchased a second new mobile connector cable and had an electrician check the charging setup and he found everything was OK with no evidence of malfunction. Just to be on the safe side I had him replace the NEMA plug. The first time charging my car using this second new cable and the replaced NEMA outlet, it once again melted the cable connection in the charging port. I should mention that I’ve been charging lately at local Tesla Superchargers with no apparent problems. So it’s back to the Tesla Service Centre for the third time because I have to believe the issue is with the car and not with my home charging connection. I’ve included pictures of the 2 new mobile connector cables that have been melted on the same side. Anyone else have this experience or have any ideas of what might be happening in the car? Any other tips on how to proceed with Tesla?