Hi all, I had an electrician come out and install my wall charger the other day, and while it has passed state inspection I am a little concerned with the how the wiring was done using the top-entry bracket; sadly the state inspector didn’t seem very knowledgeable with the Tesla wall charger and was more eager to pass and leave than make sure everything was done correctly. So my question is this, I had a 60 amp breaker installed with #6 Romex and have the two hots going into the corresponding hot terminals in the top-entry bracket; however, the electrician put both the neutral and ground wires into the ground terminal. Is this something that could be/is problematic? At first glance it seems wrong to me, but maybe since the neutral isn’t used with the charger it is a non-issue and saved the electrician a cheap cap? I hired out because I have no idea how these things work, and while I want to assume all was done correctly, everything I’ve read since the installation seems to indicate capping the neutral is how it should be done. Basically, am I over thinking this and worrying for no reason, or did my electrician do a poor job that was conveniently overlooked by inspection? Thanks for any answers/advise!