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Tek-Trol is an excellent disinfect for both incubator and eggs, at the proper dilution (i add 3.7cc to a 1qt spray bottle) it will not attack styrofoam. 

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Just purchased a new 1502 unit have it warmed up and steady for 24 hrs noe and trays are loaded question is; are there any reccomended ways to load chicken quail and duck eggs? Would any breed do better/worse on the top rack vs middle vs bottom rack?
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HELP!!!  1502 Cabinet GQF incubator still running but with practically no sound.  For a couple days it's become quieter and quieter and now practically no sound at all.  Small fans are still running, heating ok and shelves turning but much less air moving inside.  Thinking maybe the fan motor has gone out to the larger fan at the very back.  I have peafowl and pheasant eggs in it.  Can they survive this?  Have some rare bird eggs coming I need to incubate in a couple days.  What should I do?  I'll call GQF in the morning.  Much thanks for any help I can get.

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Preparing my incubator for my turkey eggs supposed to arrive tomorrow
Edited by curious chickee - 6/2/16 at 2:23pm
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