First, i would like to say that Tesla needs to do an update on the iOS app that sends out notifications when certain situations happen, not the least of which is an early interrupted charge. We had a neighborhood power outage early this morning while I was asleep and so the charging of the MS stopped before completion. I didn't really think about it and only realized when I got into the car. The screen showed Charging Stopped and of course, I was not at the full charge level I wanted. I pressed "start Charging" on the screen and expected the charging to re-start but nothing happened (tried multiple times). I then tried to start the charging from the app and still nothing. Finally, I disconnected the charge cable, reconnected it and the car immediately started to charge. My question is... after interrupted charging, following a power outage, is it normal behavior to have to disconnect and reconnect the charging cable in order to start the car charging again? Why did the Start Charging button on the screen or the app not work?