@stre1026 Before getting started:
- Ensure you’re running the latest version of FBOS. You can cross-check your version with the latest version by looking at http://os.farm.bot (v14.0.2 contains a Farmduino firmware update)
- Ensure your MAX MISSED STEPS has a reasonable value (an integer lower than 15). We’ve seen an uptick in reports from users hitting issues when MAXED MISSED STEPS is too high.
- (v1.5 only) Set your MOTOR CURRENT to an appropriate value. If you’re using the factory default of 600, try a higher value like 900.
- (This is time-consuming, but might be worth it) Consider resetting your firmware to factory defaults and re-calibrating. Half of support requests for motor tuning problems result from users accidentally enabling values, or setting motor tuning values to numbers that are too far out of range. Resetting to factory defaults and starting over might help if you think this is the case or if there is a bad value floating around somewhere. It’s always a good idea to change one setting at a time and always revert values back to defaults if you are experimenting.
This sounds like your steps per mm is too low, or you motor timeout value is too low.
You can change the homing speed (Steps/MM) in the device settings panel. Be careful not to set the value too high and be ready to revert changes if you see unexpected behavior.
Please let me know if any of those help. I can remote in to your device if not, but I will need to know your device ID.