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i think you have a problem with your magnetron or the inverterpcb if your unit has inverter inside writen on the front it could be an expensive repair please contact me to let me know iffell up to tackling this repair as it can be dangerous
the buzzing is the magnatron tube juicing too thousands of volts before emmitting the micro-wave radiation to what your cooking that turns molecules 180 degrees around... guess that friction is what really heats it.
radar ovens is what they use to call em and even people would stand in front of big ones to warm up long ago...lol canibles will love that.
It's possible a sensor or thermistor got unplugged during your work and didn't get plugged back in.
Otherwise, I would suspect the microprocessor got "glitched".
If so, *maybe* unplugging the oven from the power line for a few minutes will reset it. Or maybe the unit has a reset button or another reset procedure (I doubt that, but check the manual).
Sadly, another common cause for this is that the code in the microprocessor gets irretrievably corrupted.
In such cases, we can replace micro if it is available. It it's no longer available, that would make the whole microwave a goner.
Looks like both the micro (LSI display) and the whole control board for this model are available from Panasonic parts: http://www.pasc.panasonic.com/epartr