I fear that something has gone terribly wrong. I should have seen some type of movement by now, but there are no signs similar to what everyone else has reported with their eggs. I have three, well, actually 4 thermometers, and not one of them match, so that may be my first problem. The built in thermometer has read 92 degrees when the thermometer that came with the incubator read 99 degrees. The built in hydrometer read 40%, and had a tag near it that says for reference only. I knew I needed a hydrometer, so I went out and purchased 2 more thermometers; one was a digital type with a hydrometer, and the other thermometer was the glass with liquid. When all 3 were placed into the incubator several days prior to getting my eggs, the readings were 99, 98, and 97 degrees. The digital thermometer reads 99, and the one that came along with the incubator was reading 98. Here is my timeline: My eggs went into the incubator on 22 February, and the automatic egg turner was fully operational. The temperature and humidity were worked up to 99 degrees and 50% humidity from the moment the hatchery called to notify me that my eggs were shipped. If I needed to add water, I had the Mrs. assist with lifting the egg turner so I could add water, so I spent as little time as possible with the incubator opened (adding water took no longer than 15 seconds). Lockdown was on the 7th of March. That evening, we candled and determined that of the 18 eggs, 13 were viable. The egg turner was completely removed, and each egg was taken from the egg turner, candled, and then placed into the incubator on a paper towel. There was one egg that my daughter had noticed was cracked and had paper stuck to it when we placed the eggs into the incubator. Sure enough, that one appeared to be viable. By my calculations, I should have atleast seen some movement sometime late last night, with a few pips this morning.