I just got off a question ban. I asked a question got up votes but I've been banned again. What did I do wrong??? There must be some mistake or glitch. Please don't make me wait another 6 months to ask another question!
Question bans are controlled by the algorithms of StackExchange. Individual site moderators have zero control regarding question bans. Likewise, site mods are given very few details about what triggers a Q-ban or what sets the duration of the ban.
Looking at your question history, including the deleted questions, should give you a rough approximation of how the system views the quality of your contributions. It's not an overall positive impression.
And while this is pure speculation, I wouldn't be surprised to hear that the system would trigger a fresh ban based upon the content of a new question as it was being written. If Wasabi says that you weren't banned, then it was likely temporarily lifted. But as of the writing of this answer, you are currently Q-banned. I don't know what happened between now and when Wasabi looked at your account.
Looking at your most recent question, you have four edits for relatively trivial changes. You really need to work on refining your questions before you click on submit. Constant refining makes it look like you're trying to artificially bump your question, and the SE algorithms will punish that sort of behavior.
All of this boils down to your needing to acknowledge that you have had many poor submissions to this site; research your questions to understand why they were a poor fit; and then be patient for the rate limiting algorithms to lift the ban.