My electric provider (SCE) makes it quite advantageous to charge my MS60 between midnight and 6 a.m. I therefore had my electrician install a timer that turns on the power between these hours. My practice since I acquired the car in October has therefore been to connect the charger cable to the car's charge port when I come home in the evening but, of course, the actual charging only takes place when power becomes available at midnight. This seemed advantageous compared to "scheduled" charging via the dashboard app because I can control both starting and stopping time. This system worked well until two nights ago. That night the car did not charge at all even though the timer was working perfectly, the charger cable was properly connected, etc. So last night I followed my usual practice in connecting the car for charging and woke up between midnight and 6 a.m. to see what was going on. Again the car was not charging. I attempted to use the app on my iPhone,, which showed the charging cable connected to the vehicle but, despite repeatedly pressing "start charge" it would not charge. So I went to the garage and again confirmed all was properly connected. The power indicator on the charging cable was lit green, showing power was available, but the port was red colored, not green. I removed the charging cable, reconnected it, and this time it worked properly. The only thing I can think of is that perhaps the car no longer will charge if the charger is connected with the power is not yet activated. But that makes no sense to me as the car has scheduled charging, and this has worked fine up until now. And, of course, it did charge when I physically reconnected the charger. I don't think it is relevant but I am using the new replacement adaptor. Has anyone encountered this? Does anyone have a theory? I will see what happens tonight, of course.