We are incubating for the first time. We have a Hovabator with a fan and an automatic egg turner and a thermometer/hygrometer. We bought the kit from incubator warehouse. We put the eggs in last Tuesday night so they are 10 days tonight. I candled them at 7 days and again last night at 9 days. There were no veins or anything showing just yolkes. So I cracked three or four of them open to see what I could see. Again there were no veins or anything. One of them had possibly a small clearish goobie thing in the yolk. But they just looked like an egg that I cracked after gathering. Except that the yolk and white were runny probably because of the warmth? The thermostat was at 99 to 100 degrees for most of the time. It did spike to 103 a couple of times and went down a couple of times as well. I did some research today and noticed that you're supposed to calibrate your thermometer which I didn't didn't do because I didn't know. So I tried to check the calibration today by putting it in a bowl of ice water. And it read 35 degrees. So that means my thermos thermometer is 3 degrees off? So it has actually been around 96 degrees for the 10 days not 99. Is that correct? If so what are the chances of the eggs developing if I turned up the temperature? Since it has been 10 days is it worth continuing or should we throw out these eggs and try again with a new batch?