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Time to throw it away. Microwave ovens can be dangerous if not working correctly. Micro-waves, (The actual waves themselves) can be lethal. Unless you really know what you are doing, do not under any circumstances dismantle the machine and switch it on. The cabinet of the machine is designed as a protective box and should stop random waves escaping and cooking anything else including you own insides. Generally Microwave ovens are uneconomical to repair, for the parts and labour you can buy a new one. Buy the most powerful you can. If you buy anything that is below 1000 Watts make sure it has a turn table. Remember that the more you place in a microwave oven, the longer it takes to cook. If you have a big family and you can afford it, you might like to think about a commercial oven 1600 - 1800 watts, that can cope well with large quantities well and will cook a tin of baked beans in less than a minute.
How old is your m wave? Sounds like you need to replace it .You can get a new one from Wal mart for under 75.00.and that will get you the big 1 sq.ft one..I once broke the plate in my m/wave and believe it or not they wanted more for the new plate than I paid for the M/wave BEFORE you do that check your power level settings perhaps it was turned down
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.
Probably a bad door switch or door switch mount. It may have gotten damaged or misaligned in shipping.
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Being only 2 months old, I would think you have a warranty, but maybe not. I'd contact the seller to see.