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Mt soap dispenser lid has come off and I need to put it back!!

The lid has spring in the inside and though I can put back it does not open when the it is supposed to. I am assuming that the spring needs to be set in a certain way. Any ideas?

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Check that there is power to the dispensor at the appropiate part of the cycle and that there is continuity thro the coil

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