One question, does your source .psd file use a layer mask, and does this layer mask remove a dark background?
The reason I ask this is, on thinking about when I had this issue, I was masking a rendered output from modo, which I had rendered on a black background, and a separate layer rendered alpha, which I used for my mask.
This is only a thought, but if you are using a similar layer mask for your transparency, perhaps this is a common link.
If this is the case, perhaps merging this layer to another blank layer, thereby getting rid of the layer mask (by making the transparency permanent) could solve this issue.
Again, this is only a thought, but perhaps worth checking.
If this turns out to be the case, please let me know, I am curious if this is the case.
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