If your NEMA 14-30 charging adapter looks like the one on the right, you are not affected by the ongoing recall. Tesla Motors

Tesla Motors issued a voluntary recall Tuesday for some models of charging adapters after it received two reports of them overheating.

“This recall does not involve the Tesla Wall Connector, Universal Mobile Connector, NEMA 14-50 adapter, or NEMA 5-15 adapter that came standard with your Tesla and that most of our customers use for charging. It only involves NEMA 14-30, 10-30 and 6-50 adapters, which are sold separately as accessories and which are used by relatively few of our customers,” the company said on its website.

Tesla Motors issued a voluntary recall Tuesday for three models of its charging adapters after it received two reports of overheating. Tesla Motors

The two incidents — there was no damage or injury in either of them — Tesla referred to were both reported to it in November, and both concerned the NEMA 14-30 adapter. The other two models being recalled share some common elements with NEMA 14-30, and are therefore being recalled “out of an abundance of caution,” even though there have been no reported incidents related to them, Tesla said.

Customers who use the NEMA 14-30 adapter regularly will receive a replacement within a couple of weeks, and those who use them infrequently will receive them “as soon as possible,” the statement said. Users of NEMA 10-30 and 6-50 adapters will have to wait for about three months for their replacements, since that’s about how long the company says it will need to develop and manufacture them.

In the interim, Tesla asked NEMA 14-30 users to charge their vehicles in a different way, while users of the other two adapter models can continue to use their existing adapters till they receive the replacements.

The replacement adapters will not be available at Tesla stores. The latest version of the NEMA 14-30 adapters, with part number 1018243-00-C, is not affected by the recall. Users can check if their adapter is affected on the recall page.

Only about 6,900 of the affected adapters were sold, according to Electrek.