I suspect that my eggs - like my goose - are cooked . I went to bed last night with the bater @99.9 [has been holding between 99.7 & 100.3], RH 35 & the thermostat unlit ............................. all was well, right? Was up for a 'routine' BR trip @ 3:30, glanced into the bator on my way past 104.3, RH 20, AND THE THERMOSTAT LIGHT NOT ONLY STILL ON BUT COULDN'T GET IT TO TURN OFF! I removed the top and added a wet sponge, got my other bator top and switched them out. By now the temp is room air temp - 70* - but the eggs are still very warm. Stayed up until It was holding steady at 99* w/thermo light cycling on and off and went back to bed. When I got up this morning temp was back up to 103.3 Pulled of the top, back down to 72* put the top back on and am waiting for temps to stabilize. Has anyone had eggs survive something like this? It is day 10. Is there any point in trying to continue with this clutch? I am using a Hova-Bator I added a computer fan to. Could use some recommendations/guidance from experinced incubators. I think I know, though. Dump them, right??