Hello Hickin! It would appear that one, or both of the door springs which act as a counter-balance for the weight of the door, have broke.
To confirm this and get at the spring(s), close and lock the wash compartment door and use a screwdriver (might be a 1/4" or 5/16" nut driver instead) to remove the lower panel.
Once you have the lower panel off, you should be able to see the door springs on each side. You'll probably also see part of the broken spring lying in there too. If the door spring broke near the end by the hook, it is possible to TEMPORARYILY bend the spring with a set of channel locks and pliers to form a new hook end, that you can attach to the door clip. If the spring is broke near the middle, you'll need to get a new one.
Regardless, you'll need to locate the model number for your dishwasher and obtain a replacement spring ASAP, as the temporary repair will only work for a short while before the spring breaks again.
You might want to try Fagor at their site to see what the part number for the replacement spring is. http://www.fagoramerica.com/
The other option with your model number is to try the Sears part web site, which shows a line drawing and parts list for most applianances.
This repair is relatively easy for anyone to undertake and you can save yourself the cost for a service tech's labor charges, plus the trip/house charge they normally tack on.
I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!