Hi Folks, Hoping you can help us out. My daughter is a big chicken fan but we live in the city where there is not much room. She heard about and fell in love with Serama chickens which are so small they can be kept in smaller spaces and were bred for living inside even! Anyway, we bought an incubator (forced air, automatic turner) and ordered some Serama eggs. First problem-- they (12 eggs) were shipped on the coldest day of the year and the cold snap lasted a while, in the teens and single digits. I told the owner to wait a few days but he didn't. Anyway, it seemed like quite a few were duds but we kept those with any sign of development in the incubator. Second problem is that the incubator would glitch sometimes when turning and would turn on and off. The turner seemed to behave erraticly although the temperature stayed within .5 degree celcius. The manufacturer offered our money back. We checked the eggs again at day 18 when we took out the turner and only 2 had developed. We threw out the rest and boosted the humidity to about 65%. Well now it is day 24 and no signs of life. Following advice on this site we just candled them and marked the air sack. No signs of pips. We did the float test and they were low floaters which seems to indicate viability. What should we do now? How long do we wait? Please help!