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Went to Fisker Atlanta today and asked about warranty reimbursement for a charger that is no longer working. After they diagnosed the car last week and said the charger was no good, I came here and read where I can possibly be partially reimbursed. The Fisker service advisor said he had not heard of that. Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Check the website below to see if you qualify for the Customer Support program. Fisker of Atlanta is an authorized dealer for the CSP, so I'm not sure why the charger would not be covered. Someone else here may know.

http://www.thenewfisker.com

In either case, you should get a proper Level 2 wall charger (220-240V) and not use the Karma-included small portable 110V charger. You don't get a good quality charge with those little 110's and most people will tell you they feel they get better battery performance and an overall better-acting car with a good 220V wall charger that provides a deep charge in about 4-5 hours.
 

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Or, you could get a 2-fer. This site has a charger that can plug into a 110V or 220V outlet. If you get a 220v outlet put into your garage, you can use this charger at home or on the go. I have one. Though, I also have a separate mounted 220V charger in my garage.

http://www.evsolutions.com/turbocord
 

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The only way for the dealership can sell you a charger and get a reimbursement from Fisker is to buy a charger from Clipper Creek submit a claim for the Fisker charger and depending what the clipper creek charger cost you might have to pay the difference between the two chargers.
 
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