Why in a DNaT lamp with two burners only one burner burns?

Hello. Previously, there was a DNaT-250 lamp with one burner - it worked. Now I put it with two DNaT-250 burners, only one burns. Is there a reason for the lamp?


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    A distinctive feature of the design of DNaT lamps with two burners is that the outer bulb contains two discharge tubes (burners), which are connected electrically in parallel with each other. When the lamp is turned on, one of the burners lights up. The advantage of a DNaT lamp with two burners is that the burner service life is alternating. The electric and light parameters of lamps with two burners are similar to those of DNaT lamps with one burner.

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