I'm using a ten gallon round igloo cooler with a 12" false bottom.
This could also be your problem.
As a former user of a 10 gallon round Rubbermaid cooler for mashing, I routinely noticed whenever I did 10 gallon batches with gravities above 1.060 and/or with wheat malt as a significant % of my grist, that grain bed compaction would significantly slow down the lauter, especially if my grains were crushed too finely in pursuit of higher efficiencies. I also noticed how I didn't have enough room in the MLT to add more water to correct mash temps (with additional infusions) or to increase the water/grist ratio (i.e., thin the mash).
I highly recommend evolving to the rectangular coolers to eliminate the above issues, especially grain bed compaction, as the height of the grainbed never exceeds the width (or length, depending on your point of view). For 10 gallon batches, I'm happy with my 82 quart rectangular cooler, but would consider moving up to a 100 or even a 120 quart cooler for more flexibility.