Has anyone here successfully fixed the charge issue of reduced charge amps, by making their power company, make a change? After two electricians, and charging from two separate 50 amp circuits in my home, (NEMA14/50), my car has, since day 1 been unable to charge at my home at 40 amps for much longer than a few days. Sometimes a few days, sometimes a few hours. I fully believe the issue lies with the power coming into my home. The primary charge location is less than 5 feet of wire (6/3) from the breaker. This is not a troubleshooting thread. There are many of those (Thank you!) My car will charge at 40 amps solid all day/every day at my parent's home, on a 14/50, with 40+ feet of 6/3 If I set my car to 35 amps. I have no issues. I can hold 35 all day. every day. At 40 or 35. nothing gets hot. Not the UMC, Not the handle, not the outlet. Nothing. I am convinced the issue is outside my hands on control. With a Model 3 (hopefully soon) on the way, I'd really like to kick this thing in the butt. I'm wondering if sucking 80 amps solid will force my power company to figure something out. I have 200 amp service. I have a SENSE so I can real time see volts and amps but it doesn't record to PC/excel (yet). I've had the power company install a recorder, but it has the resolution of a potato. they showed me the voltage for a WEEK on a 8 1/2 by 11 PDF... vs. down to the 1/2 second like sense can. I appreciate anyone trying to help troubleshoot, but really want to know if anyone has actually made their power company... do... something to get more power? I'm in a fairly rural location, and assume on a shared power system somewhere, so how do I know what it's rated for? Also, I'm now using a heat pump and heat pump water heater, when the house used to be 100% propane. Still.. 200 amp service should handle this, and I've never come close to that!