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Likely thermal shutdown. Insulation may be missing or out of place between microwave and the oven itself. If you see foil, that is radiant barrier, and if it is damaged, it raise the temps in the microwave cabinet enough to cause this.
This assumes no arcing or other audible or visible issues and microwave just "drops out".
The part is covered by warranty. However, the labor is not and Whirlpool will not replace the part without having someone service the unit. Every place I checked wanted $100 just to come out and tell me what was wrong. Any service would be extra. Seems like Whirlpool figured out how not to stand behind its products. They should be held accountable.