Since spring has started (I'm in Australia) I decided to break out the incubator for the first time in a couple of years. I've had a batch of Pekin Duck eggs in my Hovabator Genesis for almost 3 days, about an hour ago I noticed the outer well was full of water, I have no idea when I filled it :-/ Best case I wasn't paying proper attention when I topped up the inner tray yesterday (about 24 hours ago), worst case It's been closer to 48 hours. I've mopped all the excess water out but now I'm wondering if I've ruined this hatch? I'll candle in a few days to check now many are developing but I don't want to turn these things for another 3 weeks only to find they have developed too fast/slow/wrong to hatch successfully because of this mistake. Anyone have any ideas? Do you think I've corrected it fast enough to prevent problems? TIA!