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  • Ok, thanks! very interesting! Well, 2.7v isn't the 3.3v I think the chip is powered from, so there must still be quite a serious resistance across the pin.

    Even if you were to counteract that with a big resistor, it'd kill your battery life so you'd really have to find out what was causing it. I guess it could be a short against a nearby pin, but even so it's hard to see how that could have just started


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