I was able to get a straw and fill up the reservoir in the back hole. I took a coat hanger and moved the first two pipped eggs around, they were dead, the two that were alive were making a lot less noise and activity. At this point, I opted to open the incubator and check the two that had pipped and stopped moving, they were dead. (cry) the other two were stuck to the wall of their shell and was extremely dried out, they wouldn't have made it out either. I don't know what went wrong, there was still about 55% humidity in there when I added water a few hours before. I managed to help and save the two remaining chicks. they're goofy little guys and doing well. I wasn't expecting many to hatch. I had gone on a business trip and the temp dropped to 92 degrees, there was only 7 eggs left before lockdown that looked like they might hatch. (there was 3 days between pipped eggs and the day I opened it.) none of the other eggs moved.
I just wanted to reply closure to the ordeal, perhaps it may help someone else, advise is always appreciated, this is my 3rd try incubating, the first one I messed up and had 10 chicks, the second the temp spiked to 110 degrees while I wasn't home, nothing hatched.