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Battery Get Discharged within few Minutes even after Full Charge

My Kaito KA 1103 Radio is 6 months Old.
For the past 2 weeks the battery get discharged within few minutes of use.
Even with a new set of batteries charged fully,the problem continues.
(I Charged the batteries Fully with an External Charger also)
The Radio works well with the external power.
Please send me a Solution.

Thanks.

K Baskar

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I have the same problem, and for now an external charger is the best solution. Also try resetting 4 times. I also got a new power supply, but problem persist. Good luck!!!
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