From what I've read, most issues like this happen to be related to the outlet itself (typically faulty or insufficient grounding). Are you using a 110v outlet or a 240v charger? Does it happen with every outlet? Extension cord? Any other description of what happens when trying to charge (no departure/delay set) would probably help point toward a root cause.
Congrats on the car currently waiting for delivery and I can't wait for mine.
Might also set it to email you at a preset state of charge. I have mine notify me at 90%
your vehicle has been charged up to 91%.
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A charging problem I've had (and this is the only problem with the car so far) is that a rubber boot around the charging connector prevents the latch of some charger handle styles from engaging and the handle button moving to the up position - necessary for charging to start. A little grease (silicone grease is probably best) on the upper part of the rubber boot, where the latch goes in, fixes it.
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