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So as of Yesterday my Shipped incubator finally arrived. In all my years of chicken keeping I have never incubated. Ever. I have only ever used broody hens.The model is a Janoel 12 and I managed to set it up correctly (What a surprise tongue.png)

It seemed to be working fine until today- I faced my first Incubating problem. It is a forced Air incubator set at 37.5 Celsius but suddenly for no reason it has decided to raise to 40.5! What Is up with my incubator? I take the lid of for a bit and it settles down but once I place it back on, the incubator it soon Pipes up to 40.05 :o

Any Advice or help to work my Incubator? (as in keeping the temperature at 37.5?) There are in eggs in there (It had been running fine for 24 hours before I placed them in there) Im afraid now that the eggs are goners (They are right?). I have a plenty of other eggs to place in the incubator once I get this problem sorted out!

Thankyou

-Mustang
Edited by mustangrooster - 6/2/16 at 10:30pm

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Please Help guys. :rolleyes:

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Pffft! *Finally* Figured out the problem. Of course it was all Mustangs fault (I bet you can guess that I didn't set it up correctly :hide)

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Are you double checking it with a thermometer? Some (a lot, it seems) incubators have to be set at a different number than what you actually want the temp to be.

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16 guineas and 2 turkeys to round out the flock

 

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Japanese, OEG, Sebright, Brahmn, d'Uccle, and EE bantams; and RIR, BR, and EEs, Golden Penciled Hamburg, EEs, Anconas, Bielefelders, Wheaten Marans, Speckled Sussex, and a surprise variety of bantams with breeds tbd!

 

16 guineas and 2 turkeys to round out the flock

 

Another victim of poultry math. Aiming for a "designer" flock and egg basket :)

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Are you double checking it with a thermometer? Some (a lot, it seems) incubators have to be set at a different number than what you actually want the temp to be.

Yes I am, But this Incubator is working extremely well (Thanks to the CA settings) :D

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