I got work this morning to find none of my eggs rocking or rolling, chirping or pipping. My temp was low, scary low, like 97. Yesterday was unseasonably cool, so the bator was prob cool then too. Humidity wasn't great, at around 50, so I've added water to get it back up to 65 (unforunately I only have acces to cool water). My question is what's the best way to get the temps up in my LG? Each way to raise the temp seems to come with some side effect that will mess up the hatch. Here are the methods I've heard of so far: 1. Adjusting the knob: This come with the very dangerous side effect of the deadly temp spike that will sneak up hours after you move it. 2. Blanketing the bator: This comes with the side effect of blocking the vents, making it difficult for the bator to regulate itself. I presently have a baby blanket taped around the sides of the bator, keeping it as best I can away from the sides/vents. This method also has mixed results for me. 3. Book over the plastic window: This would seem to have the same side effect as the blanket- blocking the air flow. I'm trying this one now to raise the temp this morning, and it does appear to be slowly rising, its now at 98.2 (about an hour after i put it on there). Is there another way to get it up? What is the worse risk, temp spike (bear in mind the temp spike might happen overnight when I wouldn't be here to monitor it) or air flow? Should I give in, and bump the knob at this point? Is there another way to raise the temp without a pit fall, or one that's not as bad? Thanks! Also, is it reasonable to hope for a hatch at this point? Or have my temp probs been to bad? Can't candle and see, as we're at day 20.