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The dishwasher has too much water in it, this is a safety feature.
Underneath is a tray at the bottom, you need to empty this before it will start again. I've had this problem many times. My dishwasher had tiny holes in the bottom tray where the basket sits, went rusty due to not using it very often (holiday home). dried it out, applied silicon sealant to the edge where the metal sits, let it dry and the problem was solved.
I have used a sucking water vacuum to remove water, or tipped it forward. Hope this helps for maybe next time.
When this has happened to us, it has meant a new control panel being fitted. It has been nothing to do with the draining process, just the electronics. The control panel isn't too expensive, but if you call a Baumatic engineer he will come out, do nothing and come out again and it will prob take about a month. I suggest you find a fixed price engineer who will perhaps be able to mend it on his first visit if you suggest the control panel. We have so many problems, we tend to buy in spares in advance so that they are in the house for the engineer and he can't fob us off with a return visit two weeks later. The parts that go are doorstraps, the control panel, the thermostat and the element. We haven't mended the control panel ourselves, but all other problems are pretty easy to do yourself.
I've not changed a control unit before, so I don't know how easy it is. I would suggest you get a fixed price engineer to come out and tell him in advance what the problem seems to be. Or call a Baumatic engineer and have the control unit sent by the spares department to your address in advance of the engineer's call out. Otherwise it will become around a month long wait and will require 2 visits. If you already have the part - then pehaps the repair won't be stretched over 2 visits?