I had a horrible accident with chicks today. I incubated 7 golden phoenix eggs and one larger egg for a friend. All except for one hatched over night. The unhatched egg was still a yoke. Anyway I lowered the temp on the still air incubator and left them in it to dry off. My friend was coming tomorrow to pick them up. Later on this afternoon I cleaned the incubater out and put paper towels down inside and put the chicks back in. They all looked good. Active and straight legs and feet. I checked the temp and everything looked good. I went out and cleaned horse stalls, came back in and looked through the little windows and all of the chicks were laying flat on their sides. I checked the temp and it was 118 degrees! I cooked the poor little things. I'm just sick to my stomach over it. I pulled the top off and 2 were moving a little, the larger chick and one of the little phoenixes. The phoenix died, but the larger chick survived. It took a couple of hours for it to get back up on it's feet. I gave it some water. I don't know what happened. Maybe a power surge? I never had a problem with that incubator before.