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We haven't seen any common causes of a parasitic drain on these accords yet. With only 7000 miles I would probably have it checked at the dealer for an electrical fault. What they will do is hook up an ammeter and see how much draw is occurring while the vehicle is sitting.
You don't have any accesories in the vehicle do you? Phone chargers, add-on stereo equipment, etc?
Also, you could have a defective battery. We so those fairy often on the Honda factory batteries. Have you had it tested yet? (again, this would be covered under warranty)
An amperage test is ok, but a complete test with a load test would be more accurate. A better test would also identify a bad cell in the battery.
Your symptoms definitely sound like a dying battery. I would have the dealer check it since you are still covered under warranty.
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