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Also check the 10A fuse which is up from the lamp power supply.

Also try to disconnect the small connector with two wire which is on the lamp power supply near the output wires that command the output ON/OFF of the lamp power supply, with that operation output voltage will always give the set voltage.

I had one case where this worked and on the end I switched the position of two 24V power supply's as the other one does not need this command and its output is always ON, but do not forget to adjust the voltages from 24V to 20.5V (actually 19.5V near lamp) and from 20.5V to 24V  ;)

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