you dont need to reset the times, all that has changed is the soil type. in example, light, regular or heavy. that is what causes the times to change. you just need to push the options button until it shows the type of cycle you want. also make sure you have the proper cycle selected and then look to see what other options are selected. you just have too many options turned on, so look at the controls to see what is different then you remember.
Anyway, you did not indicate if the washer does not do any draining ... or it just leaves a bit of water in the chamber?
No draining issue (no pumping sound):
Your washer could have a faulty drain pump and motor assembly, loose wire connection in the drain pump circuit or it could have a faulty machine control board.
Some draining issue:
It did not look like your washer model has a built in pump suction filter/strainer that is cleanable ... but there could be some obstruction in the pump suction or in the hoses after the pump. Straighten drain hoses and eliminate kinked hoses.
Watch video if you want to inspect the pump and hoses
Sadly, this sounds like a bad transmission in the washer. Unless it is a newer, high-end washer, fixing it is probably not going to be cost effective. IMNSHO, based on experience, once a major breakdown like this occurs in an appliance, other major failures aren't usually far behind. If it isn't still under warranty, get a new one :/