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The second の is a nominalizing の. It turns the phrase 「すっごいレンジの音がしてる」 into a noun so the grammar 「Nが気になる」 can be used to mean "N is on one's mind" or a similar meaning. Another example of this usage of の is: ゲームをするのが嫌いです。 (I) dislike playing video games.


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This ~の~の roughly translates to "such things like ~ and ~", and it's a way to list two or more things with a certain negative feeling. It often implies the listed items are unimportant, meaningless and/or annoying, just as when you'd use "told to do this or that". ~だの~だの is similar and often interchangeable with this ~の~の. (~だの~だの can be used with nouns, ...


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