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high STOP mode current

Question asked by Trevor on Aug 22, 2012
Latest reply on Jan 1, 2013 by jj.sprague
In STANDBY mode my board current drops to 300uA which is as expected. However if I use STOP mode it is 880uA. I had expected STOP mode to be only 20 - 30 uA more than STANBY. In STOP mode I turn all pins to analog in floating (as they would be in STANDBY mode) but still the current is more than 500 uA more then expected. 
I've used stop mode on other projects without this problem so I'm a bit confused. Any ideas what to try next?