The rule for motor phase errors is:
- If the errors are reported on just one phase, it's usually because of a bad connection.
- If the errors are reported on both phases, the likely causes are:
-- Trying to move a high-inductance motor at too high a speed for the VIN voltage to be sufficient
-- Motor current set too low (although more recent firmware suppress the message if the current is set to less than 500mA)
-- Motor not connected, or connected to the wrong driver output
I just solved the problem,it was a combination of three problems,
Nr 1 : bad motor (probably didn't survive the wrong stepper settings )
Nr 2 : no proper remapping of driver one to 7, if i did that right i would see that something was wrong with the spare stepper, because once
i got the remap right (set it to driver 7) ,i got the same error
message , so this could not be that this driver was faulty too.
Could it be that the spare unused stepper was also faulty ,
Hmm, i have some pancake steppers so when i tried one of these
no errors , remapped to driver back to 1, and guess what no errors .
Nr3 : the second motor who caused the same error had a bad intermittent connection at the connector, so when i cut the connector off and crimped a new one on the stepper worked fine no errors anymore on driver 1.
So thank you all for the help and fast reply , that is why i always go for a duet board ,one off the best support forums .
So again thank you all.