There were 13 eggs in the bator. One hatched last night before we went to bed. 3 more had pips. This morning I had a total of 3 fuzzy butts in the bator. That's the good news. The bad news is that the fan that was mounted in the corner had come off and wasn't working. The temp was down to 92 degrees. And, worst of all, there were lifeless beaks showing through 2 pips. I had to fix the fan so I had a heat sink ready (canning jar full of warm water) and a new wet sock for humidty. I quickly opened the bator. Grabbed the fuzzy butts, readjusted the fan and added the jar and the sock. Meanwhile, I saw another lifeless pip. Shell cracked, but membrane not broke. I also got the lifeless pips out. The 1st 2 were dead. I think the lack of air circulation effected the humidity and the lack of heat made them weak. The 3rd, however, was barely alive. I took off some shell and opened the membrane so it could breath. It is now wrapped in a wet paper towel and will probably need help hatching if he survives. I don't think it will make it, but I will give it a chance. Rather than taking it in and out of the bator to check and help it, I fixed a tupperware as a bator. The heat source is one of those things you heat up in the microwave and wrap on your neck when you have a headache. BTW, the temp and the humidity in the bator went up to what it should be almost immediately after I adjusted the fan, so I hope there is hope for the other eggs. I brought the intensive care egg to work with me. I just checked. He is moving and his temp is good and his wet paper towell is keeping the membrane moist. I am hoping he hatches himself the rest of the way, but I have my doubts. If he makes it, he will be a favorite. I feels so bad. The stupid fan should have been taped up better. But on a happier note, I know that 3 are fine. I tried to take pictures, but my camera is acting up. I will try again later.