My original issue has mostly went away some how so I'm editing this post to what I'm still dealing with. Pin 1.26 was set to control a small hobby servo and recently stopped functioning. When engaged the servo moves a little but not to the correct spot and changing the command has no effect on the location it moves to. Using pin 1.24 I received the same results but moving to pin 2.3 and servo works as commanded. I noticed testing with a DMM that 2.3 reads 0v at rest and about 3.5v when commanded to 100%. Both 1.24 and 1.26 read around 1v at rest and 3v at 100%. Not sure if that's a indication I have a problem. If those two pin are some how damaged is it possible to use 2.4 or 1.23 to control a servo? I tested it but I think having a x5 with all the mosfets might interfere with the servo. Is it possible to remove the fet for 1.23 and just use it for a servo?
Sorry, it's late for me no time to ready it all but :
PWM is available only on pins 2.0 to 2.5, 1.18, 1.20, 1.21, 1.23, 1.24, 1.26, 3.25 and 3.26
Is that your problem ?
OK weirdest thing ever the mosfets work now. I know about all the the pwm pins and this was a setup that has been working for months. But I swear to you they were defently acting digital and not pwm. Just went to double check and now they work…ok I guess I'll take it but still have no action coming out of 1.26. Is there a way to test it with a DMM? I question the health of my servo and still unsure how the bltouch works I'm looking for a reliable way to test.
1.26 and 1.24 still seem to be broken as far as PWM but they will still work for endstops. Luckily as I hoped removing the Q5 mosfet freed up 1.23 to be able to control my servo. Hopefully switching to bltouch will be easier on the board and I don't run into anymore issues.