I have an odd issue that I can't seem to resolve. Working with a Kossel mini with an Azteeg X5 mini and Repeteir. When homing the axes, all three carriages move quickly to the limit switches until they are activated. They then move down slowly (completely disengaging the limit switches) and then move up slowly to click them again. once they get clicked again, beta and gamma carriages retract away from the limit switch successfully. However the alpha carriage continues up into the limit switch, crashing and then moves away some but not has far as the others.
Its as though the command for the alpha motor is instead of moving 10mm away from the switch after homing, it is being told to move 5mm up and then 5mm away. After this crash, beta and gamma are left about the same distance form the end stops and alpha remains much closer to its end stop.
I swapped limit switches and motors as wiring into the Azteeg and see that the problem follows the alpa motor output on the board (not an issue with the limit switch or the motor)
I will add that the only changes i made to the config file were:
Change "endstop_limit_enable true" to "alph_limit_enable true, beta_limit_enable true, gamma_limit_enable true" . This was the only was to get the end stops working
Changed the homing fast speed and slow speed to something slower so I could see what was happening
Change the retract distance after endstop from 5mm to 15mm to make sure I was completely disengaging the limit switches.