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Anyone have a solution for MBP 2018 draining to 0% over night in sleep mode. I have tried re installing and downgrading to High Sierra from Mojave without positive results.

Wake reason is telling me

2019-01-04 15:59:54.222089+0100 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

2019-01-04 15:59:54.536904+0100 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)

2019-01-04 16:00:07.755439+0100 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.USBC (Maintenance)

2019-01-04 16:00:07.755442+0100 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.USBC (Maintenance)

2019-01-04 16:00:09.083370+0100 localhost corespeechd[317]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason:

2019-01-04 16:00:09.083382+0100 localhost corespeechd[317]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it woke from S3

Update: 
What I tried so far: 

1.Downgrading to High sierra from Mojave
2.Reinstalling the OS 
3.Set tcpkeepalive 0 and ttyskeepawake 0
4.Resetting the SMC and PRAM 
5.Putting the pc in safe mode
6.Remove Dropbox. 
7.Removed web browser extensions
8.Try to create a test user to see if the battery still drains.
10. Run hardware check "no problems found"
11. Logged out and shut lid
12. Gone back to old mac deep sleep

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/macbook-pro-2018-draining-battery-when-lid-closed.2134679/

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    Welcome to Ask Different. There's many answers already provided for this type of issue (such as this one). Try searching, top of the page, and try some of the troubleshooting answers already provided. You can edit your question to include the steps you've tried so we don't ask you to do those again. – fsb Jan 4 at 15:54
  • Ok, thanks i'm new to this forum. – Kristoffer Banks Jan 9 at 16:32
  • No problem, we welcome new users! I just wanted you to know that help is already out there and the answer to your problem might already exist. – fsb Jan 9 at 16:34
  • Thanks, but i can't find the right thread for my problem. I have struggled now for 3 months without the right solution. Any other tips were i can find my solution? Thanks again – Kristoffer Banks Jan 9 at 16:37
  • It would be good if you can edit your question to link to some of the answers you tried and that didn't work. That will tell others that you've tried to help yourself but these answers didn't fix the issue. <- That's also a requirement of this site. – fsb Jan 9 at 17:01

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