Sometime, a dishwasher may fail to dispense the detergent and it may need the dishwasher repairs Greenwich. A detergent dispenser had been designed in the way that it has to release the detergent in the dishwasher tub during the washing cycle and it will have two different compartments. The unsealed compartment is for the prewash while the sealed compartment is meant for main wash. You should start by checking if the dispenser has not been clogged because of the caked detergent and it will not give the right cleaning as needed. You have also to check so that you can ensure that the cover of the dispenser had been opened easily and it has not been broken or even worn out. Check for the parts that are defective or warn out and replace them when there is a need to do so. Check if the dispenser is full, if it is not clogged and its cap has been adjusted in the right way. A rinse aid cap can be a reason why the dishwasher may not be releasing the detergent. A rinse aid dispensing cap is found at the inner door panel within a dishwasher. A cap can get loose but it has to be adjusted and also can be refitted. Sometime it gets damaged or warped because of heat from water. You can remove a cap from its door and you may inspect it so that you can check the warping or melting of the cap. Sometime the problem can be on the hinge pin or spring. A dispenser door has been spring loaded and it is held in a closed position using a catch. You may check if a spring or a pin is not bent or if it is broken and to be replaced during the dishwasher repairs Greenwich. When a catch refuse to release a door, then check the timer, wax motor or bi-metal.