So.....I normally hand turn my eggs, but given my last 3 failed hatches, I decided to place them in cartons, do a dry hatch, and place a book under the bator to turn without opening. My humidity is 16, on day 1and a half. I added some water. What is the humidity that I'm aiming for with a dry hatch again? Also, we have a woodstove in the opposite end of the room,perhaps 25 feet away. Is that going to be a factor? Maybe I'll just have smoked chicks when they hopefully hatch. I forgot, the main purpose of this question is that now that the bator is at a slant, the lid doesn't seem airtight at all. I assume it's normal, and I never noticed before because it was flat on the counter? The temp is steady at 100.