So, my last hatch of mailed eggs I got 3 out of 16, one was deformed and had to be culled. This hatch I had hand delivered eggs from the same breeder. Today was Day 14 and I walked into my kitchen to see the temperature reading for the incubator at 68!!! At first I thought my daughter had switched the readout to celsius or some funky mode, but nope. The incubator was at 68 and the eggs felt completely cold. Turns out she unplugged the incubator at some point this morning before we left the house. She's only 2 years old, so I didn't kill her but I was very upset. I decided to crack the eggs to see how they were doing. Well, turns out she did me a favor by saving my electricity. Not one egg had any sign of life. So what am I doing wrong??? I've had just terrible hatches and this was the worst so far--and with hand delivered eggs that I know are fertile!!! I'm using an LG still air set inside one of my kitchen cabinets. The temperature is stable. I'm setting the eggs in carton bottoms and using the tops to tilt them in alternating directions. Just before I put these eggs in I added a computer fan to my LG. The fan is a little big--could it be too big? The humidity was stable at 35%. So temperature, humidity, turning . . . what am I missing? I've been accused of candling too much in the past so I was trying to be very "hands off" with this batch--which obviously didn't work very well either. I swear I'm going to stick one in my bra next time.