13 hatched as of Thursday.
As of last night, I went to clean out the incubator, crack open the unhatched eggs, see what was inside and throw them all away. As I'm going outside to start cracking them open, I hear "chirp, chirp chirp". It scared the mess out of me. So I find the egg that is chirping and see that there is still an egg trying to hatch (3 days later). So, I help out the little fella. He was VERY dry on his back and shoulders. He looked like the runt of the litter. I cleaned him up, got a paper towel, wet it with warm water, wrapped him up in it and put him back in the incubator. I went to bed hoping that the little fella would make it.
I proceeded to check out the other 10 eggs that did not hatch. Well out of the 10 eggs, 8 of them were not fertile. It was just yolk in them and they didn't even smell rotten. The other 2 eggs had fully developed babies inside of them. So, I don't know what happened. Maybe by me opening up the incubator to get out the first group that hatched, perhaps affected the hatch.
So, this morning I wake up and I hear the littel fella chirping. He was up and walking around in the incubator. He made it!!! He is smaller than the others but he his alive. I will put him in a brooder by himself because I think that he is too small to be with the others. I won't put him with my Maran breeding stock because of his small size. It can roam with the other chickens.
So that is my final result of my 2nd hatch. I still have a lot to learn. I will be setting guinea eggs today.