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I would disconnect the negative battery cable and connect a multimeter, set on a high scale for amps, in series with it and the battery. Connect the - lead to the battery post and the + lead to the cable you removed. If you don't get a reading then go to a lower scale until you do. It should be 5 milliamps or less. If it is more then you have a problem that needs to be found. Start removing fuses and if you find one that reduces the current flow, then that circuit has too much drain on it.

Be sure the switch is turned off and that there is no other accessories turned on to pull current while you are testing.
 
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