Hi all, I know everyone says don't open the bator til the hatch is over but I have a dilemma. I have 7 silkie eggs in lockdown in my piece of junk LG with fan. Saturday was hatch day but my first day of lockdown my temp was a degree low for about 15 hours and I have struggled to keep the temp level all day yesterday and today. It fluctuates between 98.8 and 99.8 throughout the day with lots of adjustments. Humidity was about 75% the first day of lockdown, never been that high before when I added the same amount of water but it was that high and is now hovering around 70%. If I hatch much lower than that here I wind up with shrink wrapped chicks. Humidity during incubation usually between 40-50%. I have tried dry hatching and didn't get anything to hatch. One chick hatched on hatch day around 3:30 AM and looks great. No one else is doing anything(not even any pips). I know the little one can stay in for up to three days but what are the odds that any of the other chicks are going to hatch? Should I wait until tomorrow AM to pull it out and see if they do anything overnight. I hate to leave it in there and not have anyone else hatch, usually they all hatch together. I did candle on day 18 and all eggs were dark and formed and a few moved. Any suggestions for a lone chick if this is the only one? I should have more silkies hatching middle of the week so hopefully it will only be for a few days but the poor little thing! No more hatching in the LG for me after this! Thanks in advance for any advice.