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The noise and the poor drainage both point to one problem, a very common problem. Please allow me just a few minutes to prepare some information for you, thank you!
I believe there is probably something caught in the pump and it is restricting the water and making noise. The pump will likely need to be replaced. The video at the link below shows how it is done!
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If it works fine on some cycles and the timer feels odd, then the timer is likely faulty. However that would not make the machine louder so I would still inspect the pump.
Did you inspect the pump before replacing? Is it doing anything now, any part of the cycle?
Did you hook the lid switch back up?
The lid switch connector is the one you had to unplug when you removed the cabinet.
Pull the timer out and wiggle the knob side to side and up and down. Does it make any noise at all like anything is starting?