I am trying to charge my Model S with 110 volt electricity in a garage where I wish to store the car for a few weeks. The problem is that I get a charge cable fault when I connect the charging cable. I know the cable is good because I tried it elsewhere with a 110 volt output and it worked fine. I have already tried cranking down the charging amps to 5 amps but this makes no difference. My thought is that the problem is likely dirty electricity. Has anyone tried a dirty electricity filer in such a case, and did it work? I am storing the car at a location that is not my home (I live in Hawaii) and installing a 240 volt outlet is not a viable option. Any suggestions appreciated. I'd hate to give up a free and safe garage simply because the electricity is flaky. The car may be stored at this locations in the future for months at a time and in such a situation I would definitely need to have electricity available.