I have only been using the LCD so far and have not connected it to a computer yet. I was just trying to get the wiring order of the stepper wires so they move the right direction. My connectors I thought would fit didn’t so I got some coming in. In the meantime I took jumper wires and soldering those to some of the wire I got with only male pins on to stick in the connector on the motor and rearrange easily if needed. Pictures are of that whole connection from Rambo to joint (half of those are clear heat shrink) to motor. Pins going to motor connector also clear heatshrink.
The current definitely could be, he is so very tiny, I have no seen such a tiny stepper, which makes it good for the delta printer.
The thing is I used the same harness and even method of sticking the male pins into the connector, although the fit was tighter around the pins. But the male/female connection to asshole motor are the same type.
How would I go about actually testing said stepper? I think I have connectors that my ender 3 motors use, then connect to ender and basically do same thing - go on lcd and try to move whichever one I plug it into? Or is there a better way?
And thank you for replies, it has been a major buzzkill. But I can rule out that it is something in the firmware because tiny motor worked correct?