As I am facing problems with charging on 32A or higher (240V) with my Universal Mobile Connector - sometimes the voltage drops below the threshold that is accepted by the Roadster or the UMC - I called the electrician who installed the UMC to come and verify what is wrong. He says the capacity of the electrical system is more than sufficient to charge at 32A but suspects that he did not install the wiring correct. The Roadster only charges on one leg where three legs are available. I guess this explains why the charge cable gets warm (except for the last part from the UMC itself to the Roadster which stays cool). The electrician has asked me to provide him with a wiring scheme. Tesla once had the wiring scheme available on its website. The link is still there but gives a 404-error (not available). I called Tesla two weeks ago but they still have not managed to provide me with the scheme. Does anyone have a copy of this scheme? If it matters, the UMC is a European (Dutch) version.