The main soap dish door will not stay close when you turn it to the closed position. I took the panel off and the spring and grey plastic mechanism arm seem to be in tact. There is a white plastic crank sticking out of a rectangular box on the under side of the rinse aid dispenser. It would appear this crank is supposed to engage and interlock with the grey arm in some way. It looks like the crank is supposed to move in and out allowing it to interlock and let go of the grey arm allowing it to spring open. I do not see any indication of a timer or electrical connection that would make it a part of the system. It must be feakin' magic...
It is not obvious how to get the rectangular cover off the rectangular shaped box with the white plastic crank coming out of it. No one, especially GE is gracious or considerate enough to make the repair manual or diagrams available online.
Can someone give me the information I need to fix this please?