Posting this to find out who has a similar issue with the below charging scenario My workplace has 15 Schneider Evlink J1772 chargers. My previous MS 70D charged fine with no issues for almost 3 years. Upgraded to MS 100D 3 weeks ago, drove to work and found regardless which charging station I pulled up to, the car wouldn't charge the moment it gets plugged in. Typically what happens is the port will flash green for a few seconds and turn red. Console would say 'Check Wall Power', and EVlink will glow red indicating fault. I leave it plugged in and at some point during the day, it would start charging and continues until completion (90% in my case). It may take 2 or 3 attempts as the car intermittently checks in on the charger once a while (around every 15 minutes) but there was a whole day it didn't charge at all. Another odd thing is the geofencing function could never register the charge amperage as it aways defaults back to 72A the next day at work. I have not heard grumblings from the other 5 Tesla owners. The car charges fine @home and so far all the public charging stations (ChargePoint & FLO). Emailed SC, gave them the timestamps via TeslaFI , got back to me saying diagnostics ran fine. Love the Model S, I'm pretty chilled about not charging immediately since the time I spend at work is so long that it'd finish charging regardless when it starts plus my battery pack last longer due to it's size so not charging for the day is not a killer. The gem is getting the EV spot Just wondering whether my MS is somehow more sensitive to fluctuations and cuts outs as a protective mechanism ? Any thoughts welcomed.