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Dryer not heating up

I have an analog Amana Dryer. The dryer wasn't working so I checked the breakers, reset the one for the dryer. Now it tumbles but doesn't heat. Vent is clear, exhaust is clear and filter is cleaned each load. LE8371w2

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Could be the heating element?

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