Hi ajsykes07. Presume you're aware of the 'timeout' or pause in charging that the i-MiEV performs randomly. It can initiate at any time after the start of charging and it lasts anywhere between six minutes and about 20 minutes. After this pause, the charging resumes. and the only identified conflict has been with a dual-port ChargePoint public EVSE where the two ports share a common power line, in which case the i-MiEV inexplicably continues charging but at a 1.1kW rate instead of the usual ~3kW.
We haven't determined what triggers this timeout and it's speculated that the reason for it is to measure voltage sag when charging is supended to see if perhaps it's excessive and might be caused by a defective cell. No other EVs do this to our knowledge. Unplugging the car and plugging it back in overrides this timeout and the car continues charging normally.
All EVSEs (except for the specific dual-port ChargePoint) allow the car to resume charging properly after it concludes this 'timeout'. We have numerous references and screenshots of this peculiarity scattered throughout this website.
Could this be your problem, or might it be something else? Have you waited sufficient time (up to 20 minutes) to see if charging resumes by itself?