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Most likely the bottom door switch. Dacor units are built by Sharp and that switch is a very common problem. You'd either need to check the switch with an ohm meter or remove the cover of the switch to see if it's burned inside.
What's happening is you are activating one door switch a little before the other, and that is causing your light, fan, and turntable to come on.
The plastic parts are not perfectly rigid, so they flex a little when you press the button, and that causes the lag to be more apparent.
Even if you press the door open faster and look really close, you may notice the light, fan, and turntable coming on for a split second.
That's perfectly normal.
The relay on the control board must also be turned on before it will actually be cooking.