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You have dirty slide pins, or bent pins, stuck piston, or you were way to agresdive on the pads if those pads were brand new as well. New pads need light braking for a couple hundred miles to fully seat the contact surfaces to the rotor. In a car 300 miles is plenty. Rear brakes hardly get used by most people, so expect 500 miles light use.
 
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Polish them with sand paper, and maybe the pads will correct themselves if you reverse them and still have a flat rotor.
 
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