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code p 0113 refers to intake air temperature (IAT) sensor --circuit malfunction====causes --wiring open circuit / shorted to positive --wiring short to ground ---ground wire defective --IAT sensor ---ECM
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There could be any number of reasons for this. You need to test a number of things.
First, remove any cartriges from the game slots and try to switch it on. Look inside the top slot and see if any pins are bent too far and possibly causing a short circuit to another pin or the metal casing. A small torch will help. If there are any overly bent pins then you can try to bend the pin back but remove the battery first (under the cover on the bottom).
If the On/Off switch feels loose and does not easily spring back then the switch could be faulty. The switch is cheap to buy from sellers on ebay but difficult to replace because it requires very good soldering skills and good vision due to the surface mount components.
The battery could be faulty. To check this you will need to remove the battery from the DSL. If you have access to a multimeter then check the voltage of the battery. If you have a second DSL then swap batteries.
There are also two surface mount fuses on the board inside the DSL which might have blown. These are also easy to buy but very difficult to replace unless you have very good soldering skills.
A special tri-wing screwdriver is required to open the DSL and it can be tricky to put back together. See Youtube for useful videos.
Note: If your DSL has suffered water (or other liquid) damage then the chances of fixing it very slim.
The answer "depends."
If the DSL modem is in bridge mode, then NO.
If you have opened up a WAN management port in the DSL modem, then YES.
If the modem's management port is not open to WAN access, then do what I do.
Remote into the site, past the DSL, then go backwards into the LAN portion of the DSL and reboot it.
But..of course these answers are too easy and not what you are looking for, probably.
The DSL provider can reboot the dsl modem.
But there is no software or command I'm aware of that can reboot or resync a "fritzed out" modem.
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