Don't think so.. the iPhone app did send me an alert on Sunday saying that the estimated charge completion time had changed, which was nice, but it did complete the charge anyway, and yesterday was fine.BrianStanier wrote:Problem with adjusting to summer time?
fenlander wrote:Has anyone else had issues with the i3 failing to charge overnight during off peak hours?
It has been fine, charging exactly as expected, but last night something didn't work right and it didn't draw any power.
[Using a BMW Wallbox.]
This indicates that there's been an error rather than a mix-up with the timer settings ? Was the light on the wallbox button also also flashing red or just the socket on the car ? Did you get any message in car about it ?BasilHead wrote:I Noticed the flash red round the 'electric filler point'
This might explain why I can hear it clonking at night before charging is due to start on the 'cheap tariff'.BasilHead wrote:I have just been told (by the supplying and helpful dealer) as long as the car is plugged in it will keep the batteries at the right temperature
Strange, there's been two times where I've been very late plugging my car in so it didn't have enough time to fully charge by the time it got to my departure time and I didn't see the red flashing light although I have doubts about how consistent everything is so it wouldn't surprise me if that did happen at some point.SanSerif wrote:I'm fairly certain I've had a red charge port in the morning (I think I mentioned here). It seemed to be related to setting a pre-condition time and not having sufficient time for the car to charge before I wanted to leave.