I got my quail eggs yesterday and popped them in late at night. I'd already run the 'bator to make sure it was working. BUT, I didn't run it with my homemade turner in there, or with any eggs. It turned out that my fan wasn't strong enough, so with the extra obstructions, the temperature ranged from about 104 on one end to 98 on the other. And then today, my stepson turned the light off. TOTALLY not his fault. I meant to tape the light switch up, and we've been teaching him to turn light switches off when he leaves the room...so he's formed a habit... It was off for a couple hours, and temps were a little over 80 when I turned it back on. I came home with a bigger fan, installed it, and now temps are perfect on both ends of the 'bator with perfect consistency. Any chance I'll get any survivors from this? Thanks. I'm pretty bummed already. I built the incubator from MissPrissy's instructions, and just finished building a hutch for them over the weekend. This is the first time I've ever tried to incubate eggs.