It was charging fine and when it completed I went to unplug the cable and saw that one prong was melted and had also melted that part of the outlet. I went to the service center and they gave me a new one and said it was the updated version of the last updated one. I axed them if they would replace the outlet but they said no and would schedule another electrician that they recommend to take a look at it. That electrician wanted to charge me $173 to look at it and that just seems too expensive. When I had the outlet installed, at a commercial building, I also had a licensed electrician installed it. Yesterday I had another licensed electrician look at it and he said it was the adapter's fault, not the outlet or wiring cause the breaker didn't trip and everything else seems fine. Anyone have this problem and have Tesla fix the damaged outlet for them or did you have to pay to fix it yourself. Doesn't really seem fair that I'd have to pay to have it fix when I had the electrician check it out and he said it wasn't the wiring or outlet or anything. Here's pics. Well, I just previewed my post and the pics are large so if you need me to resize them for easier viewing let me know. Also, this new adapter they gave me has a green paint dot right on it whereas the old one did not if that makes any difference.