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UMC 14-30 Adapter - Grey or Black?

Discussion in 'Texas' started by fwgmills, Apr 4, 2017.

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  1. fwgmills

    fwgmills Supporting Member

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    In anticipation of them disappearing again I ordered some adapters for the UMC. One of them was the unicorn 14-30 adapter, but I noticed that the other adapters (5-20, 6-50) are black and the 14-30 I got was gray. I thought the gray ones were the ones being recalled. Is there any way I can tell, perhaps with a serial/part number? I noticed that there is a long number lasered into the UMC side of the adapter. The number there is D17B0001424. I know I could call Tesla to find out but I don't even have an car order yet so it's not critical. I just like to plan ahead.
     
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    I should have posted this under "Batteries & Charging" but I can't find a way to delete my original post. Sorry about that. :(
     
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    I think that's a serial number. Flip it over and look between the pins on the other side - the part number is embossed there.

    The recall link above mentions P/N 1018243-00-C. The one I got today was 1018243-10-D. They shipped a small box with both replacements (10-30 and 14-30).
     
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    yikes, my 10-30 is 1016174-00-B...
     

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