Long time lurker, first time poster here. This site has been a wealth of information for me so far, so hopefully someone can shed some light onto this situation! I am trying incubating for the first time ever. I got an incubator for free, and as with all free things, getting it fixed up was a task in itself. Anyway, fast forward two weeks and this morning I put in 10 chicken eggs and 10 turkey eggs. The lower threshold is set to 99.5F and the upper is set to 100.5F. It's been keeping a steady 100, so that's good. However, I must have misread something along the way, for I thought the eggs needed to be in the flat with the narrow end facing UP. So, for the last 10 hours, they have been at a 45 degree angle (auto turn) with the narrow end facing up. I now see that this is incorrect, and I needed to originally have the LARGE end facing up. I had to pull the tray out to re-orient them, but they were out no longer than 3 minutes, and are now back in the incubator. I know this isn't an exact science, but I also know that small things like that can make or break a batch of eggs. My question is, seeing as they were just put in today and weren't improperly oriented for very long, do y'all think everything will be cool and groovy? Or do I need to scrap them and try again in a week? The turkey eggs are a buddy's, and I'd hate to tell him that I screwed up already!