I had a nozzle clog last week.
After clearing the clog by replacing the throat and nozzle at the heater block with new ones, I then went to test everything.
It all worked for about 2 minutes then, I went to retract and only heard a single click from my E0 extruder motor.
I tried to Extract and got no response from the motor.
No smoke happened or anything.
Next I swapped the extruder motor wiring with my Y-Axis wiring and found the extruder motor works fine and the Y-Axis motor did that single click with no further responses.
The problem followed the motor end of the cable.
I then swapped them back and swapped the board end of the cables.
The problem followed the boards ports.
In summary, my E0 motor plug on my Duet2 Wifi is fried - no idea how it happened.
Upon close (magnifying glass close) inspection, the board has no signs of burning and nothing crossing any of the conductive paths or solder points.
My config.g has this motor addressed as M569 P3 S1
I tried to set it to M569 P4 S1, but hat hung my board.
How can I switch over to use my E1 motor port on my board?
Looking at it now, the driver chip is shared between the E0 and E1 stepper motor ports. Correct?
If that chip is fried, I'd rather not trust my soldering skills to replace it (or any other chip on this board to be honest). How can I troubleshoot this down to the chip that is at fault (1 only have a digital multimeter)?