I got a notification that my charging was interrupted on my P85D this evening. It has been working flawlessly since December, when I received the car. I walked out to the garage and noticed that the charger was not green. I checked the breaker. It was not tripped. I went over to the HPWC to hit reset and could feel the heat coming off of it. I went back and flipped off the breaker, disconnected it from the car, grabbed my FLIR I7 and pulled the cover. The highest reading I saw was 441 degrees Fahrenheit!!! Check out the pictures below. The wire that is hot, look down below the hot spot and see the cooler area where it looks like the wiring gets fatter. That is where part of the insulation melted to and sagged down creating a thicker area of insulation. Up toward the top of that wire, where it hooks in, the insulation is almost completely melted off. I have a pic of the cord where it plugs into the car for comparison. The 112 it registers feels pretty warm when you grab it to unhook. The 441 degrees is just crazy! Glad it didn't burn down my house!!