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first thing I would suggest is a hard
reset. Unplug the unit for a
minute or so. Then plug it back in, set the clock and try again.
If that doesn't work,
leave it unplugged for about 5 minutes. If this scrambling is occurring a few seconds after you begin a microwave heating cycle, see this FixYa solution even if your model number is different.
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Sounds like the controller board has failed, assuming a circuit breaker has not tripped or fuse has not blown. If all you do is reset the clock, and then it looses time, regardless of using the microwave, then it points to the clock/controller board. If this only happens when you use the microwave portion for a few seconds, I would be suspicious of the microwave circuit, where there are several components that could cause the failure.
I found an envelope with troubleshooting info inside the microwave on the left side behind the front vent. A troubleshooting flowchart was included which indicates that this problem is caused by the high voltage capacitor. I got mine out pretty easy and ordered one from appliancepartspros.com for $55 (which includes expedited shipping. I hope this info helps.
Please try on some other power point as if there is loose contact or sparking in point which cause to switch off as soon as you start because of heavy current drawn by oven and clock also resets.
If not solved even then must have some short circuit or over loading in timer circuit or magnetron. in this case you have to call for a service engineer.