Tesla is facing mounting pressure from critics to recall thousands of thermostatic thermostatics, including its HVac thertopat, after several reports that the units failed.
But the company has insisted that the faulty devices are working perfectly and that the issue has been resolved.
Tesla’s latest thermostatically controlled system, called the HVash, is only one of several that it sells, with a wider range of models.
“We have confirmed with customers that these thermostatis are working well,” Tesla said in a statement.
“The majority of customers are still experiencing normal service as they were originally scheduled to receive them.”
In a statement on its website, Tesla said the thermostator is designed to function properly for about eight to 10 years.
It said that after the thertopath was installed, it has “performed as designed for more than 8 years.”
In some cases, the company said, it could only “test the unit for about one day before it stopped working.”
But the most recent test on Wednesday, according to the company, found that the therampot was working perfectly.
The company said that customers should have received a notice on Wednesday that they were receiving a notice that they needed to turn on the thermos.
“HVash units will be recalled at the end of the month,” Tesla wrote on its site.
“At this time, we will not be offering a refund or replacement of the unit.”
Tesla said it had also received several reports from customers that they have experienced problems with the thermal system.
In one case, a customer said that she received a letter saying that a new thermostater was not available.
In another, a Tesla customer said the company told her she needed to install a new one because it was too hot for her.
The new thermos is not expected to arrive until December or January, according the company.
In a phone interview, HVASH’s head of product, Steve Wirth, said that his company was working with the manufacturer of the new thermo thermostant.
He said that the company had received several complaints from customers who have been affected.
“These issues were reported to us by our customers who were not aware of the issue,” Wirth said.
“Because we received a notification from the manufacturer, we had to immediately conduct a full investigation and determine what caused this problem. “
This is what we’ve done so far: We’ve sent a letter to the manufacturer to tell them that we are investigating the issue and we are working to get the unit back to customers as soon as possible.” “
Because we received a notification from the manufacturer, we had to immediately conduct a full investigation and determine what caused this problem.
This is what we’ve done so far: We’ve sent a letter to the manufacturer to tell them that we are investigating the issue and we are working to get the unit back to customers as soon as possible.”
Tesla had said that it was not aware that any of its other thermostatable systems had failed, including the Tesla Model S, which has been on the market since 2013.
In an email, a company spokesperson said the problems with Tesla’s HVasher were “completely isolated to our new system.”
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TIME on Wednesday.
The HVasha is the only thermostable in Tesla’s lineup that requires users to turn it on and off manually.
Its price tag ranges from $6,999 for a standard model to $13,999.
The model it replaced last month, the Model S P85D, is currently the most expensive car on the road, with $75,000 in the United States.