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Unfortunately, if you double-check me here at the SPECIFICATIONS page of this dryers website link, it does not appear that this door IS interchangeable. I hope for your sake to be wrong but cannot find any information to state otherwise:
If there is voltage on the thermostat but not going through even when the temperature is down it is possible that this could be defective. Now check using a multimeter to confirm the continuity on the thermostat and if the reset switch on this - if present - is off, if so press it down. Now confirm the voltage from the control panel during the heating cycle and if voltage is outputted then it must flow. The connection must be checked on the heating element- trace to confirm.
It could be a faulty thermistor (showing high temperature)
or water sensor fault that is causing the pump to run.
Just try and unplug it for 3-4 hours, and see if it resets itself,
if not replace sensors, and if that does not work, replace the main board.
Here is the manual: http://laundry.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/beko/wm5100_1.html?p=21