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Wall connector stuck at 24A

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I recently in the installed a gen 2 wall connector with 40A. But the car shows 24A
I dont know what i did wrong
 

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Totally guessing here, but I think you might have to connect to the WiFi SSID of the wall connector's web home page during the first 5 minutes when it is first powered up and configure the power load settings via a browser to 48A. Check your install manual, it has the ip address of the wall connector when it is first powered on.
 
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Totally guessing here, but I think you might have to connect to the WiFi SSID of the wall connector's web home page during the first 5 minutes when it is first powered up and configure the power load settings via a browser to 48A. Check your install manual, it has the ip address of the wall connector when it is first powered on.

OP is discussing a gen2 wall connector that has no wifi capability.
 
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