I spilled something next to the incubator and totally NOT thinking, I picked one side of it up. This is a hovabator 1588 All the water in the troughs went under the plastic liner, into the other troughs, which in turn made the humidity level spike WAY up to 90%. Not enough to cause condensation on the eggs but obviously the water had to be cleaned up from under the plastic liner. So I grabbed a ceramic space heater turned the shower on high and hot and let her rip until the humidity level in the bathroom was 80% and about 90deg. Turned the water off and let the space heater take care of the condenstaion. Once the condensation was gone and no longer forming, I brought the entire incubator into the bathroom, removed the eggs carton and all (not wet thankfully) and dumped all water out and dried with paper towels. The humidity level around the eggs never dropped below 70%. Temp went down to 90 same as the room temp. The humidity level is now abotu 76% and stable. I'll continue to watch it a while longer. I can still hear chirping. The chirps stronger now than they were a few hours ago. Hopefully I didn't stress them out or cause shrink wrappage. I feel horrible. Dumb dumb dumb dumb. Is 76% too high? I don't know how to get it down any further at this point.