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This probably means that the flame sensor is shorted to Ground. This sensor is usually a flame rod that is partway into the flame and detects a current flow through the unit. Unplug the braising pan.
Check the wire between the flame rod and the control unit. It may have damaged shielding or be touching another part of the braising pan. Replace the damaged wire. Next you need to check the flame rod is in the correct position. It will be mounted near the igniter or pilot light. Then the rod needs to be partway into the flame. Sometimes moisture gets into the unit; this can be dealt with by cleaning the flame rod with steel wool. (Remove it first.) Next check the rod for damage and replace it if there is damage.
You may want to have a professional check the unit. If the flame rod ceramic housing is damaged, that should be replaced by a professional. If the rod isn't correctly positioned, the braising pan could become hazardous.
I had this happen, and it turned out that the GFCI power outlet had tripped. You may want to try plugging something else in the outlet first and see if that item works - if that other item doesn't work, hit the reset button on your GFCI outlet, alternatively you may have to switch the breaker in your breaker box.