I set 41 eggs on March 30th. They started chipping through last night. The first two just busted a little hole out and are chirping. The third one was out of the egg within minutes of making the little hole. I went to sleep and woke up this morning to find that the power went out while I was sleeping and the temp was down to 89. The power came back on and the temps are climbing back up now. I still only have one chick and it seems to be doing fine. There are aeveral more eggs that just have little 1/8" holes but nothing else. You can see movement in them and you can hear them chirping, but they arent really trying to progress. Is this normal? Im a first timer and this is a cheapo LG still air but the temps have stayed stable (until now) and they have been in an auto turner until a few days ago. I tried candeling them around day 11 but my candleing skills must not be very good because they all looked the same to me. I also have a hovabator 2362n with 12 giant ble cochin eggs and 6 mille fluer ducle/ golden sebright mix eggs that is on day 8. I dont know how much they were affected by the outage though because the temps were normal when I woke up and checked them. How long should I give the ones that are hatching? How long should I leave them locked down before I get the ones that make it out? I know that you arent supposed to help them out, but would it hurt to try if they dont make it out in a day or so anyway?