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  1. Hi All So I have a 2017 BB (authentic No USB), have had it for quite a while now with out any issues, until recently About a week ago after not hitting the BB for a good spell I found the battery completely dead! So much so that it was toast & could not be revived I removed the front & back cover to find nothing visibly wrong, no massive juice spills or bad wires. I cleaned every thing inside with a qTip & iso & replaced the covers. I started to keep an eye on it & found it will completely drain the battery to 3.6 volts in a few days with out hitting it at all! So it's obvious to me that some thing has gone wrong. My question is if I open it & hook up a usb to it & it to E-Scribe is there any thing I could look for in Device Monitor to give a hint at what could have went wrong? Or is there some other way to check for a battery drain? maybe with a multi meter? I do have a spare 60 & could replace it if need be, But I'd like that to be my last option.
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