Cross-Posting a thread from TMC on how to identify malfunctioning stalls.

Discussion in 'Tesla Charging' started by Dennis, Nov 25, 2018.

  1. Dennis

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    So Pbaker on TMC just posted this -

    Here it is copied and pasted:

    "Can this be the new way we identify a malfunctioning supercharger stall??

    It is painful watching so many drivers continue to try to use the one that’s not working, and sometimes losing their place in line... "

    I agreed and said I'd spread the word...

    However, STEP 1 is to call and work with Tesla Supercharger to make sure that the stall is out of service, so call for help, then if Tesla says it's bad, do this...

    STEP 2 will then be to do this...

    [​IMG]Malfunction Supercharger Sign.jpg by Dennis Pascual, on Flickr

    I like this because it's clean, keeps the cable off the ground and away from any further physical damage and obvious.

    Like I said, first VERIFY with Tesla that a stall is misbehaving before doing this to the stall.

    What do you think?
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