I'd change the tube but go around the tire VERY carefully to see if there's anything that may be causing the leak. Both inside and outside - use gloves just in case you stab yourself. Normally a slow leak is going to be something small, like an embedded bit of glass/gravel or a staple, etc. Also check your rim tape to make sure that it's actually covering the spokes.
If you can trace the source of the flat on your old tubes and figure out where that spot is on the tire that'll make your life easier. The best way to do this in the future is line up the tire label with the valve stem. Not only does that look neat, it gives you a great method to match the tube with the tire when both are off the wheel.
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