My Raspberry Pi 3 Model B reboots automatically after 1-2 minutes. And subsequently it shuts down.
Its powered by the official power adapter that was received with the Pi.
It was working fine earlier, and then I connected the breadboard with the Adafruit T-Cobbler Plus that was provided with the Raspberry Pi.
Since then it has developed this problem. I even tried with a new Raspbian Jessie image on a different SD card and that resulted in the same issue.
What could be the issue? And how do we fix it?
I’m not using any heat sink with it. And I have noticed that the Pi board heats up pretty quickly.
Thanks for those details. What was on the other side of the T-Cobbler - what circuit were you using?
The other side of the TCobbler was the DT22 Sensor with 4K ohms.
Before connecting with the tcobbler the sensor was working well. But after connecting the breadboard with the t cobbler, I started seeing this rebooting problem.
Does the problem remain after removing the breadboard and sensor setup?
Yes, its the same problem even after removing the breadboard and sensor
The Pi continuously reboots.
Is there a way to rectify the issue and fix it?
I sent you an email to help get this sorted out as quickly as possible.