Still in need of help or at least that is what the doctors say. Here is a list of as much information about the recent past:
3-4 factory technicians looked at the problem while it was under warranty with no real change.
Fill time is 1 1/2 minutes
149 oz per fill cycle
Donor valve from the same model (had a couple of leaks) has the same flow rate
House water pressure is 62 psi at hose spigot
Water from bottom of spray arm hits the top of the tub
Back flow valve in place and not deformed
Inlet water temp 130
Water inlet filter clean
Water pressure (flow) to inlet valve strong
Both the soap and jetdry dispensers work
Total run time 30 minutes longer than the chart states
Water can be seen shooting with good force draining into the disposal
The inside of the dishwasher looks brand new due to heavy cleaning (vinegar)
I have forced the sump to be cleaned by forcing it into the drain function and adding water until the sump water is clear. Dishes on this last run were lighting dirty.
There is always "stuff" floating in both sizes of the sump. I believe the right side is the dirty "quiet" side and the left side is what water is used for washing dishes.
After a run you can tell that the dishes and glasses have been cleaned (no finger prints, shiny, etc..) but they have multicolored grit (dirt) on them. So something is allowing the dirty water to mix with the filtered water. As I am guessing that the two halves of the chamber should not mix and there would be no reason (water level or lack of, temp of water, etc...) that should change this fact.
So I feel pretty good and my guess that my problem is due to dirt/grit on the filtered side, but lack the knowledge or work experience to figure out why. I am going to look at the sump system of my donor unit to see how the two chambers would mix, but still in need of a helping hand to give some pointers in dealing with this portion of dishwashers, Thanks.