I sure wish I had stumbled on this thread before I purchased my GE Wattstation from Lowes, because I'm sort of stuck in this same blame game between Nissan and GE here on Oahu. I purchased my Leaf on 24 May 2012. I was never contacted by Nissan's preferred EVSE guys for a home evaluation etc., so when I picked up the Leaf the salesperson suggested I do as many other new Leaf owners have done is pick up an EVSE L2 charger from Lowes or Home Depot, so I did just that. As it happens, my oldest son is a licensed electrician, so I got the GE Wattstation for $995 less 10% off because I'm retired Military with Zero cost for the installation. I watched my son install the thing and it's not rocket science at all. Anyway, 4 days later the Leaf would not accept a charge at all, either from the GE L2 EVSE, the Nissan supplied L1 charger or at the Dealership L2 charger. It took my dealership 2 weeks to get the necessary parts in stock in order to repair my brand new car....bummer. In the mean time, the Nissan Service guy gave me a phone number to GE Resolution. I called them and they were helpful. GE is sending via FEDEX 2dayAir, a replacement Wattstation with a return lable for the supposedly defective unit. The GE Resolution guy said that GE and Nissan engineeres are working closely together to decide on just what the problem is. Nissan on the other hand advised me to not under any circumstances reconnect my Leaf to a GE Wattstation, and if I did and the Leaf charging system crapped out again, Nissan would not cover the repair under warranty. The GE Resolution guy told me there are in addition to my Leaf, two other Leafs here in Hawaii with the same problem. Until I stumbled on this forum, I had no idea there were a lot more. I sure hope they get their collective act together soon.