For Level 1 and 2 home chargers, the most maintenance you’ll need is to periodically check your cables and plugs for damage. These can come in the form of scratches, holes, burns, or bite marks.
For people who use their EVs on a daily basis, this should come naturally, as you will notice if there are any loose cables or wires on your cables. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to protect your garage. Under ideal conditions, your home laundry is designed to last many years before needing service.
When installing an EV washing machine at home, the Electrical Safety Authority recommends hiring a licensed electrical contractor to avoid any hazards to you, your electric vehicle, or your home. Besides checking the drivetrain yourself, it would be a good idea to have it checked by a professional from time to time.
If you used an unlicensed person to install the washing machine, you may want to have it checked by a licensed technician right away. Not only will they be able to see potential causes, but they will also be able to determine if you have the right electrical system to carry the load of your EV system in your home.