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Range heating problem

I have a Maytag range that is only 3 years old. It would not heat up so I replaced the heating element. It now will heat up to 350 but it will not get any hotter. I'm also not 100% sure that it is really getting up to 350. What should I replace next? Or should I just call a repair man?

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If you already eplaced the heating element and its still no doing what its supposed to then its time to call in a repair man instead of 2nd guessing or changing part after part,,,

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