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Your oven has a couple of switches inside that are operated by the door latches. One of them controls the power to the turntable and magnetron tube power transformer. The switch is either out of adjustment (which can happen if the oven door gets closed real hard) or is bad. I would suggest letting a professional check the oven and repair the problem. Door repairs have a direct effect on microwave leakage and it's better to have them done safely.
You will want to replace the fuse and door switches. You will not be able to run it without replacing door switches. You do not need a new microwave. Door switches go bad, it has nothing to do with radiation.