First locate were the sound is coming from.
put your ear very close to the timer and listen for this clicking sound.
remember a timer will make a clicking noise which makes the timer go around.
Timers can get noisey with age.
The sound might be coming from below also .I would run your washing machine until the part fails.
They might also have a motor controller in this unit which is seperate to the timer which will make a high pitch clicking noise.
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sounds like you have a problem with the main control board. you can order a new one from appliancerepair.com and if it turns out not to be the problem they allow you to return it for a full refund. great company!
Answer to your question "Is there any way to set them different?" Short answer is no. The Maytag Neptune like many other washers that display a time of cycle first start with an estimated time this relays a lot on the last cycle ran. But, more importantly it also takes into consideration other washing options. For example, lets say that your quick wash cycle used to only display 35 min. now if you select an extra rinse option the time will increase from that 35 min. to a higher amount of time. This is due to the longer time it takes to go through a second rinse cycle. The MAH5500 if I'm not mistaken also has a heater in it so there are options such as sanitize which takes 120 degree hot incoming water (suggested temp. for hot water heaters) and heats it to approx. 165 degrees. And as you can imagine this takes a washer some time to do this (increasing wash time). If you would like to lower washing time check the washing options and remove any that are not needed at that time; pay close attention to extra rinse cycles and the soil levels that are selected. Hope this helps. Cheers.
Sounds like the rinse water can't come. Maybe the solenoid for cold water got stuck or a water filter needs cleaning? If the humming is louder, perhaps the drum motor (or drum) needs a little care or cleaning.
If all else fails, download the user manual and check the trouble checklist index. (Or; try learning your kenpo succession move sparring against laundry to clean it.)
sounds like the timer needs a little assistance to get "over the hump". perhaps many cam switches must be switched at his point of cam rotation.
if machine is getting old, then attempt to lubricate the electric motor that turns the timer mechanism. also lube the shaft bushings for the timer cam plate as well if possible.