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This indicates failure (open circuit) of the left front temp sensor. You can search for my solution for replacing a element on a JP939 and JP969. Will likely require replacement of the element (~$160).

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I have the same problem. I had a repair man here and he said the main powder logic board ( WB23T10014) was the problem, it would cost $757 to fix. I ordered the board for $230 and installed it myself but still have the F113 problem.

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