Submitted by EVRider on Tue, 2019-05-07 14:22
I have a Tesla wall connector with 24' cable that I had installed a few months ago. When I'm not using it, I wrap the charging cable around the wall connector, which seems to be designed to accommodate that. The cable is heavy, so I'm wondering if it's unsafe to store the cable that way. The wall connector instructions don't say anything about it, and I couldn't find anything online either for or against this practice.
I know Tesla (and others) sell cable holders that you can use instead, but doing what I'm doing now requires the least amount of wall space, so I want to continue doing it unless there's a good reason not to. Does anyone know for a fact that wrapping the 24' cable around the connector is a problem?