It is seperate heaters for wash and dry and unlikely to be connected with blocked filter tho you should check filter regularly. take top off. on manifold running across top you will see stats. one of these at least is resettable by presssing a small knob in middle and if it has gone you will hear a slight click. then check dryer manifole for build up of lint as pooir air flow can cause stat to pop.
for wash heating, start by checking continuity of the wash heater located at the bottom of the tub
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Check the duct work see if it is clogged up with lint. Everything you read tells you to clean it out, but how many of us do it? I just had the same problem with my duet dryer and when I went under the house to check, the duct was clogged up with lint and works like a charm now.
If you remove the top there is a thermal fuse on the dryer heater duct, it appears this has blown, on some versions this is resettable, you will see a small button on a thermostat, push it in if it makes a suttle clip it has reset.
This might be too easy but you have definetly check that the pipes are the right way around that connect your washer or you have not accidently connected the washer to the hot water, the 3135 only has 1 connection that shuld only have cold water put into it. This would also effect it drying capability.