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The only way to fix the problem is to replace the timer mechanism, the hard part is finding one, and maybe on the pricey side. Try www.ebay.com type make and model of microwave oven, and scroll through the list.
Contact the store where you purchased as it is obviously faulty. A it looks nice you could always replace it with the same model?
You could also contact Danby for advice
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The first and most effective way is by following the instructions below; 1. Unplug the oven 2. Open the door of the oven 3. Press the 0(zero) and reset buttons together while plugging the oven back in. This should solve the problem, if this does not solve the problem, then the next thing to do is to contact danby technical service. Hope this was helpful?
Most likely the magnetron is bad. I'm guessing a household model. Unplug unit and unplug the connection at the magnetron and run again. The noise will likely be gone. If you do replace the magnetron, replace the diode that goes with it.