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Hi, thanks for using JustAnswer.com. Very first thing to check is that the breaker has not tripped. It is possible to lose one side of the 240 VAC required to run the heating element and have everything but the heater work. So, flip the breaker to the off position then back on, even if it looks okay. I will look up your dryer and await your reply after doing this.
If you still have no heat, remove the lower front panel to access the heater and thermal fuses. There are three 1/4" screws along the bottom of the panel. Next, locate the thermal fuse, number 47 in the picture. It is mounted on the LH side of the heater and is the farthest thermostat from the front. WITH THE DRYER UNPLUGGED, remove those wires and tape them securely together. Make sure they are taped up well to prevent shorting. Plug the dryer back in and see if it heats then. You may skip this step if you have a meter to test for continuity.