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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by randomchick, Sep 28, 2009.
I'd love a copy of instructions if anybody has them! email [email protected] Thank you.
Say, DB, I'd love a copy of those instructions, too, if you get a free moment. My address is ajvanbeest AT gmail DOT com.
Thanks so much!
I just inherited a Brower 845 from a friend, and I'm ready to do some hatching!
Me too please. Thanks.
[email protected] dot com
Could we get a copy of those brower 845 instructions too, please? Many thanks! [email protected]
Should be in your mailbox by the time you see this!
I just purchased one off from ebay, very similar to one I had as a kid but no instructions. I think I could figure it out but having them would be most helpful. Can you please email me a copy at [email protected]? Thanks.
How many pages is the instruction manual? Could you post it as an attachment on this forum? The paper clip icon.
I think the Brower info I send out is about 8 pages in all. I prefer to email them by request so I can keep a rough count of how many people are using them.
At least 36 copies of Brower instructions were sent out in 2012. I would lose track of this if the instructions were posted on the forum.
I also offer and send out info on the Leahy and Sears redwood incubators, also the Turn-X and the Transparent Hen.
I do this because I am a hatch-a-holic and an enabler, and posting them on the forum just seems so impersonal.
I 've had a Brower for a couple of years now but have been having trouble getting the temp right could I have a copy of the instructions too please e=mail
Hi, I just got one of these and would love to have instructions if it isn't too much bother. Thanks so much for your help!! [email protected]
Question though...if I put a small refrigerator fan in it would it be considered a forced air incubator now? Should I run it at a different temp?