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I'd say the door interlock switch has failed, and supplies a connection when it should not. Microwave ovens can be dangerous to anyone poking around inside, even when unplugged, so get a quote from a service tech. You might find that parts+labour is almost as much as a new one.
Microwave radiation being released through an open door is also a hazard, as it is known to cause eye cataracts, so don't get near if the oven does this.
I never encourage a non technician to repair microwaves as the internal voltage is truly dangerous. I will tell you that if you want a no noncence repair to your micro. then have the technician replace the magnatron:Capacitor and Hv Diode.(Will definately work well again.)Only problem, you need to identify the profile of the magnatron and wattage.)
Well it seems that there is some fault in the turnable motor, turntable system consists of the motor and coupler, turntable support with rollers and the tray. I have a video link to help you more on this -- how a turntable motor should sound when you rotate it by hand... please follow the below link -
If motor grinding... etc., it means you may have a bad motor or plastic coupler.