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Putting any metal object inside any Microwave is a problem, a large metal object destroys a part called the Klystron tube (the part that makes the microwaves), the energy from the tube is reflected back and burns out the Klystron tube. The part is most likely more than the oven is worth when you throw in labor to install it.
This is not a job you should do. Microwaves are dangerous things and can cause injury. An improperly fitted door will leak. A new door, installed and checked out by a technician is needed here The economics are beyond my area.