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Username: Tictech

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Registered: Jan-16
I really just wanted to post this as information for anyone out there that may run into the same problem I have. I searched all over the web trying to find an answer to what the message "DRLC MAIN" meant, why the receiver would display it instead of turning off completely, and how to get rid of the message.

I believe DRLC is a feature of both the D790 and D990 - though the user manual has no information about what it is or how to turn it off. As many other posts suggest, it means "Different Room Link Control" and allows you to connect to various devices. Once it's been turned on, it's a pain to figure out how to get rid of. I found too that while it's on, the receiver stays on and continues to generate a good amount of heat. It's probably bad form, but having my turntable on top of the receiver doesn't bode well with extra heat.

Ok... down to the how-to. Some posts suggest that it's a fuse issue. I think not. Take a look at the LCD display on the D790 and near the top right you should see "DRLC" is lit up. Ensure your receiver is on tuned to something like CD, or Phono, or whatever. There is a section of buttons on the face of the receiver called Sound Field. It contains buttons like Live, Hall, Disco, etc. The very first button in that section should be On/Off. Click that and your DRLC should turn off - you should see that the indicator is gone. Now power off your receiver and it should shut down all the way instead of switching into DRLC Main Mode.

I hope that helps someone out there.
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