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More button doesn't work, but less goes to 350 and under.

I'm trying to cook at 450 degrees, but pressing the more button doesn't get me anywhere. But when I press the less button it starts at 350 and goes down. but pressing more doesn't go above 350. i can only go 350 and below

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  • darwinsmonke Feb 03, 2009

    Same Problem exactly, warranty was up last month...

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    Add temp (or "More") button doesn't work either. Maytag shame on you.

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I have had this same problem, you have to remove the back of the unit on the control panel and push the board back into place. It is very sensitive and pops out easily. My most recent problem now is that the broiler is turning on by itself; be careful of this next issue. Not sure how to solve this yet!

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