Recently my Z-Axis limit switch broke, my fault. It got caught on my watch and bent and broke. Easy repair and not the issue. But I un-pluged my Z-axis motor on the same day and I think I plugged it back in when the X-Controller was powered. I know this is a huge NO NO but it happened in a laps of judgment.
Since I finished fixing my limit switch when I go to home my machine the Z-Axis doesn’t move. It makes a low short noise, as if it is trying to start the move and it just doesn’t. The weird part is that if I tap the limit switch quickly it will start moving the z-axis but in the second homing feed rate. I also get a error message pop up when the homing is complete in the command box in CNCjs.
I am running the most current version of CNCjs and Grbl. Here is a link to a video: