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No heat and No blowing

The dryer will run through a cycle but there is no heat production and it is not blowing. Could a thermastat problem cause the blower not to work? I tested the heating element on the ohm meter and it checked out fine. Can anyone help with what needs to be replaced?

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Clogged lint filter, exhaust vent or outlet would reduce air flow but there would be some heating unless a high limit safety switch has tripped and needs to be reset.  There may be aa air flow switch that prevents the element from heating up if no air is flowing.  Blower wheel may have broken off at connection to motor shaft.

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