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It does sound like a water issue, have you checked what the water level is in the dishwasher when it begins the cycle(when the circulation pump kicks on). It could be that you have low water pressure and the machine is not filling in the time frame the washer is set on, some models you can lengthen the time for the unit to let water in for homes with low water pressure. Also you may want to check that the filter is clean maybe some paper work or trash got in it and the circulation pump is not able to produce enough pressure, beyond those two things it will be a part replacement issue.
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the water level should be just under the heating element and right at the bottom of the float.
If the water level is ok, I have checked the service manual on your unit and it does not have the option to change times but it does have a water hardness setting that affects the amount of rinse aid and detergent used which could be your issue as well, try adjusting it to a higher level this will help with the cleaning issue, to do this follow the directions on the diagram linked below try setting it to H:05 and see how that works.
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well if you have the valve turned all the way open that supplies the dishwasher then there is nothing else to be done, besides calling out a plumber to investigate the water pressure issue.
but as long as the dishwasher has the water levels I mentioned earlier it's not a water pressure issue as it is filling to the proper level.
once the water is in the dishwasher the water pressure is controlled by the circulation pump, not the water pressure on the home.
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