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Observations of the temperature dependence of the peak effect in NbN between 4.2° and 1.35°K indicate that the field at which pinning effects set in is independent of temperature in this range. It is suggested that the repulsion between neighboring flux bundles acts to enhance flux pinning in the peak region.