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How do I reset the error codes on my bosch SMS50E12 dishwasher

We had some bad mains power fluctuations last night and the dishwasher was on, I didn't even think about it being an issue. The dishwasher tripped the plug circuit too. Now our dishwasher is not heating water and displays an error code E09 (heating circuit fault) at the end of the cycle. I read that power fluctuations can cause this issue, so I'd like to try resetting the error codes before I call out an engineer. Advice really appreciated, we're missing it already!

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