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Yes, by replacing the thermostat.
The reset is a part of the t-stat.
Disconnect power to the heater.
Remove the wires one at a time and place them on the same terminals for the new T-stat.
When all wires are changed to the new t-stat, remove the old one and install the new one. (Usually a clip and one screw)
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Yes, the reset probably is tripped...push in the red button hard
Then turn it on and try it...
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