The ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error in your Chrome browser indicates that the page you’re attempting to visit is in a ‘redirect loop.’
The phrase ‘redirect loop’ means that the website you’re trying to visit can’t stop sending your browser to a different location.
There are a few different reasons why the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error can happen, here are the most likely reasons along with solutions:
Chrome browser out of date
Update your Chrome browser.
Open the Chrome browser menu and select Help -> About Google Chrome.
Your Chrome browser will update itself automatically if it’s out of date.
Restart your Chrome browser and check if the error still pops up or not.
Problem with cookies on the website you’re visiting
Delete all cookies in your Chrome browser, restart it and then check to see if the error is still there.
Go to the More Tools menu in Chrome and select Clear browsing data.
Clear your cookies and restart Chrome.
Coding error with the website you’re visiting
Contact the website owner and try to make them aware of the problem.
If you’re the website owner, you can check your .htaccess file and undo any recent changes to see whether your website goes back to normal and removes the error.
Chrome browser infected with malware
Run an anti-virus and anti-malware program such as Malwarebytes to clean out the malware from your Chrome browser.