I just started my first ever hatching eggs in a genesis 1588 on Tuesday. I used a secondary thermometer (since I got the bator used and wasn't sure if it was properly calibrated still). My probe thermometer registers between 98.8 and 99.5 most of the time. Initially it was around 97, so I had boosted the bator temp from 100 to 101. I figured if it's somewhere in between 99 and 101 it should be okay. However.... I got out my thermal thermometer tonight and thought I'd check the EGGS' temps. This thermometer has three settings: body, surface, room. I knew the room one was useless, as I'd just be letting all the warm air out as soon as I opened the bator. So, I tried the other two. "Surface" temps ranged from 95.9-97. "Body" temps ranged from 101.6-102.8. Which one do I trust? If it's the latter, do I have a chance of saving the eggs, only being two days in?