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Fix error where SimpliSafe websocket would disconnect and not reconnect #32199

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This PR fixes an unhandled SimpliSafe exception.

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    - username: !secret simplisafe_username
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Like the function name said above _dirty. The error handling is bad and the library should handle this better with a reconnect after the WebSocket ping fails and doesn't need such ugly code in the layer above the API. I would like if you can make a robust WebSocket handling on the library and clean up the code on HA.

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鈥t (#32199)

* Fix error where SimpliSafe websocket would disconnect and not reconnect

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