Originally Posted by emvickrey
Location means alot too with stabilizing temp. I used to have my bators in my dining room either on the table or deep freeze. My hatch rates where worse than horrible. This year I decided to put them in the living room and I had very good hatch rates from my hovobator and extremely good from my brinsea.
I live in a basement house, so according to what I have read, I'm golden, lol. I did find out that u need to put the temp sensor directly under the digital ddisplay..the person I emailed from LG said that...would have been great info in the worthless directions, lol..anyway, that did seem to help on my FI as well..wish I had bought the hovabator tho, my brother just bought one and it stays really steady, straight from the box..I've read that the brinseas r awesome. I'm looking for a bigger capacity then the offer..if anyone has an old redwood one, PLMN