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The subject line says it all, but I'm really concerned!  I know instructions say not to adjust anything for 24 hours, but we are at the 22 hour mark and my very sensitive thermometer (which held steady temps at 99.9-100.7 for a week prior to adding eggs) is reading 94 at the level of the eggs.  Everything I read said not to adjust until at least 24 hours later, but I'm almost there.  Do 'bators require a higher temp settin gwhen full?  I don't understand how it could have held so perfectly level, we didn't change the gaugge, and now it is too cool?

 

My thermometer is an ex-gas measurement $$$ one that is calibrated to 0.01 degree accuracy, FTR.  I have a second thermometer that is reading similarly and my hygrometer which seems to be accurate (in the 70% range)

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