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You can try to find the source of power drain with a cheap multimeter capable of measuring the current in mA (not voltage in V). Without ignition on just open the fuse box and go methodically fuse by fuse. Remove fuse, connect multimeter and see if there is some drain through it. If there is 0 mA, the electrical device connected to this fuse is not consuming anything. If there is some current drawn through - the device on this fuse has some consumption when ignition is off. Check fuseboxes in engine bay and under the dash and eventually you might find though which fuse (device) is the current drawn away.
It takes time, but you will eventually find the spot where you have electricity "leak".
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