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Panasonic TV Keeps Rebooting: 5 Quick Troubleshooting Steps

Panasonic TV Keeps Rebooting: 5 Quick Troubleshooting Steps

TVs are a staple in most homes, and Panasonic TVs are a popular choice for many people, but it can be pretty annoying when they start to malfunction and keep rebooting.

So what should do about it? In this article, we will outline a few workarounds to help you fix the issue.

Why does my Panasonic TV keep turning off and then back on?

  • The TV software is experiencing some software glitches.
  • The power cables are faulty.
  • Internal power cables or the power board have some faults.
  • You need to reduce the load on the power supply unit or the TV.
  • Auto standby mode is enabled on your Panasonic TV.
  • The TV is over-heating.

How do I stop my Panasonic TV from rebooting itself?

Panasonic TVs are loved for their high-end features, seamless design, and high-quality picture performance. However, there could be times when you may face unexpected problems with the TV. 

So, if your TV keeps rebooting, we have some quick fixes for you.

Check for the overheating issue

Whenever the Panasonic TV starts rebooting itself, the first main reason is the over-heating problem. Dust build-up in the vents or broken fans can overheat the TV, resulting in the issue. To avoid overheating, follow the tips below:

  • Remove the dust build-up using a blow-dryer or car vacuum cleaner.
  • Check whether the TV fan is broken and replace it.
  • Place the TV in a well-ventilated area.
  • Avoid keeping any object or device near the TV.
  • Turn on the air-conditioner or room fan to avoid overheating.

Disable the auto-standby mode

Most Panasonic TVs have an auto-standby mode that turns the TV off if it is not in use for a certain amount of time. It is an excellent feature to save power or energy, but it might cause the TV to reboot even when it is used. 

To turn off the auto-standby mode, do the following:

  • First, press the Menu button on the supplied remote control. 
  • Select the Setup option in the menu and press the OK button. 
  • Now, choose the Other Settings option and press the OK on the remote.
  • Next, navigate to the Auto-standby option by pressing the OK.
  • Set the auto standby mode to Off by pressing the left or right button.
  • Finally, your TV will stop rebooting itself, and you can enjoy watching your favorite shows.

Check the power supply unit

Sometimes, your TV reboots because of a faulty power supply unit or getting insufficient power. The following tips will help you to deal with this problem: 

  • Verify that the power supply unit is working properly and is not faulty. 
  • Check the power supply outlet by using another wall outlet.
  • Verify that all the cables are connected properly.
  • Try switching to a direct power supply outlet if you are using an extension.
  • Make sure the plugs are inserted firmly.
  • Check the power cord and the internal power board for any damage.

Reduce the overload

The issue may occur if too many devices are connected to the TV, or if it cannot handle the increased power load. To reduce it:

  • First, disconnect all the devices connected to the TV. 
  • Reset the connected HDMI appliances to remove power load glitches.
  • Then, turn on the TV and see if this resolves your issue. 

Update the TV software

The problem might be with the TV software having some bugs and a software update is the easiest way to fix it. To do this:

  • Turn on the Panasonic TV and navigate to the Main Menu.
  • Next, head over to the Network option.
  • Now, click on the Software Update option.
  • Afterward, select the TV firmware and then click on the OK option.
  • Once the firmware download is complete, your TV will restart to install the new version, resolving all the minor glitches.

Note:  Make sure that you have an active internet connection while updating the TV software.

Reset Panasonic TV

Last but not least, hard resetting the TV in the following way can help fix the rebooting issue:

  • Navigate to the main menu by pressing the Menu button on the remote.
  • Next, head over to the Setup menu and then select the System option.
  • Now, choose the Factory Default option under the System menu.
  • Finally, select the Yes option to confirm the hard reset.
  • Make sure to keep your TV on during the reset process.

Warning:  Beware that the factory reset process will remove all your settings on the TV, so proceed with caution.


If your Panasonic TV keeps rebooting, this guide provides five solutions that you can try to resolve the problem. We hope that your TV is not working perfectly.

However, you may need to replace or repair your TV in case the issue is still bothering you. So reach out to Panasonic customer support for further help.


  • Tauqeer Ahmed

    Tauqeer Ahmed is a technology expert with over 10 years of experience in the industry. He has a degree in Computer Science and specializes in network security and software troubleshooting. You can find out more about him at