[Oeva-list] Problems Charging Think at 120V

Chris Arnesen chris at darkstarpro.com
Tue Aug 14 06:18:30 PDT 2012

Ironically, the exact same thing will happen on the Leaf. If you plug it 
in and charge it up, after it is done charging the 12 volt system still 
stays active. Unfortunately, this causes the 12 volt battery to go dead 
in about a week or two. This is why it is recommended to charge up your 
Leaf and just unplug it before taking an extended trip.


On 8/13/2012 9:19 PM, matwete at comcast.net wrote:
> Patrick, the reader comments to that article are informative.  The 
> issue isn't quite what the article described.  It doesn't have to do 
> with 110v charging.  It has to do with an EVSE being connected and the 
> a power glitch or something stopping the charge.  After, the PCI 
> continues to drain the 12v battery.  Read more on the YAHOO THINK 
> group list.
> From my HTC Sensation 4G on T-Mobile. The first nationwide 4G network
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> From: patrick0101 at gmail.com
> To: "OEVA" <oeva-list at oeva.org>
> Subject: [Oeva-list] Problems Charging Think at 120V
> Date: Mon, Aug 13, 2012 8:33 pm
> Have any of you that recently bought a Think had problems charging it 
> at 120V as described in this article:
> http://goo.gl/bSrl3
> Regards,
> Pat
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