have you tried a different charger to be sure that the outage did not blow that?
often lights still work on devices but the board has been fried elsewhere.I have not yet been able to try a different evse. The only person I know who has one lives a fair distance away. I don’t think that’s the problem as the blue light indicator on mine acts as normal but consider it a possibility.
havent and probably won’t be able to ride at all for the foreseeable future here even just a little. I did clear the codes once and nothing did change. The insight in the DTCS seems like good news as it may just be the EVSE. But won’t know more until I can try a different one.A couple of thoughts:
1st, according to the LiveWire service specialist at my dealer, the “H” at the end of the DTCs indicate that the code is “historic” and has resolved itself; and
2nd, have you tried clearing the codes, riding the bike (even for just a few yards/meters, and attempting to charge again?
Wishing you good luck!
Yes I did try that once and received the same result where it attempted to start but got a red light from the EVSE.Did you try resetting all codes and retry charging?
I haven’t yet tried it on another circuit. I only have one in my garage and there isn’t another one i can access on my property for the time being.You did try the EVSE on another circuit right? Had a few issues hooking to a circuit in my garage that couldn’t provide enough Amps.
odd behavior, but sometimes that's the joy of electronics. Glad you got it sorted!This afternoon, I cleared the codes again, plugged her into the same outlet I’ve been using and she began to charge with no issue. The only change from previous attempts was I let her sit a full week untouched and I brought the EVSE inside the house in that time frame. I’ll charge her up to around 65% and go from there. thanks for the help everyone.