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Hotpoint - RB525 H3WH Oven shuts off past 250 degrees

Every time I turn my oven past 250 degrees, the preheating light turns off, and the element starts to cool. I figured if it was a bad element, that it wouldn't work at all.

The model # is - Hotpoint - RB525 H3WH

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