Hi possible magnetron problem but also check highvoltage capacitor and diode . the process of ellumination is the only way to help u .first disconnect connegtor to magnetron and switch oven on if noise goes away eureka repeat with other components
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Could be a lot of things but most probably a shorted high voltage diode assembly. If not that then the magaetron or capactors. Remember be careful there are high voltages even when the oven is unpluged. The capactors are usually charged and must be discharged. If you don't know what yor doing then time to get a qualfied tech.
I had the same problem with the fan not wanting to shut off after the repair. Once I set the clock though I was able to push the button to shut the fan off. So try setting your clock first and see if that helps.
I have model GE Microwave serial # JVM2070SK02. I start to cook something and it shuts off 5~10 seconds. Keyboard is still lit up, but no clock, fan, light and you cannot operate anything on the key pad. Unplug the unit and it resets. Sometimes it cooks, sometimes it doesn't? It is getting more frequent with the shutting down problem?
Since you say it's new, it should be under warranty.
I would call GE (see your owner's manual) to get a local authorized service center.
Then while you're on the phone with the service center, you can start it up and hold the phone close to it to demonstrate to the technician how loud it is.
They should be able to tell you if it will be covered under warranty so you get it fixed free.