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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by ronott1, Nov 10, 2015.
The Lochness Monsta just left,
needless to say, I'm fresh out.
Oh my goodness! I want it!!
Goodness. We don't even have it here!
Uber is in Pennsylvania:
Wind Storm, Heavy rain, lost power yesterday for 2 hours, probably today again for who knows how long... Not sure a hatchalong is a good idea for me (or anyone within 2 hours of Spokane unless their incubator is chicken... or plugged into a generator).
Still doing it, but I see bad things happening...
My Genesis 1588 connects to a car battery. My estimate is that it will run the incubator for two days. Then I can keep it going in the car.
just shared this in my house will share here as well
HAVE A PLAN IN CASE YOU LOOSE ELECTRIC ITS THE SEASON! see post #522
The leads go to the incubator. The Genesis 1588 runs on 12V DC
permission to add that to that post link Ron?
Since you guys were so helpful with my last question (Thank you!) I actually have 1 more My eggs arrived and are super muddy...they look like mud balls...silly ducks! Should I rinse them off? I tried googleing to no avail. I just got a Brinsea and don't really want to put potentially Bacteria ridden mud balls in there just yet...but I don't want to hurt their chances of making it either. Do you guys rinse your eggs when they look like this....