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The inside is now 35.5 and the digital display says 31.1 making the inside higher by 4.4
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I think that means I 'm best setting the CA nearer to 0 now.
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So have continued adjust and temperatures inside and outside are getting closer.
Temperature is on the rise and I'm going to bed !!!
Thanks for all your help tonight Walnut. Sending all ly best. [waves]
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Originally Posted by Stripey View Post

I have set HS to 20 because it won't go lower.
I've put LS to 38 ( +10 or -10 don't exist on these settings ).
AL is at 15 ( it won't go any higher)
AH is at 15 ( it won't go any higher)
These alarm settings don't seem right.

 

Sorry, family business took me away for a while after work.

 

It seems to me that LS should be lower than HS.  Can you set LS to 35 and HS to 40?  That should allow a range of temperature settings between 35 and 40.

 

 

For now AL and AH are fine.  Those should keep the alarms from going off.

Walnut Hill Farm

250+ chickens, 50 turkeys, baskets of eggs...incubators in all shapes and sizes...hatching March-July and wishing I was hatching the rest of the year.

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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Walnut Hill Farm

250+ chickens, 50 turkeys, baskets of eggs...incubators in all shapes and sizes...hatching March-July and wishing I was hatching the rest of the year.

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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