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Unable to use 12V Tesla Tire Repair compressor with USB connected TapTes Dual Qi wireless charger

Wennfred

Supporting Member
Apr 4, 2019
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San Diego
Wouldn’t hurt to try this, I’ve replaced my 12v battery with the Ohmmu so it’s an easy process to get too.

“The ultimate fuse reset, according to a Tesla Tech, is to disconnect the 12v battery for a few seconds.”

This is not very convenient, and so far it's not been necessary for anyone to do that (that we know of).

The Model 3 "Fuses"
 

Briar_Reed

Member
Aug 12, 2019
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Monterey Bay Area
[QUOTE="N54TT, post: 4218976, member: 83253"Tesla wireless charger was plugged into the front usb’s with one of the usb’s on a splitter for my dash cam drive. It would have sucked if it had blown the fuse-less circuit.[/QUOTE]

Any chance you can share the s/w version you were using when this happened?
 

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