I have a little giant incubator, and the temp has gone from and throughout 93 degrees F to 103.8 degrees F. and I've been trying to put my incubator in a box during the night, notching out the electrical cord, and making sure the metal screws in the heating system, that stick out on the top don't touch the cardboard box. I also put a down comforter and several blankets to insulate the box. During the day today, I took it out of the box. The incubator has this incredibly annoying light on the top that goes on and off whenever it wants with not a single reason. My incubator does not keep track of temperature. It just has a tiny little rod to spin. And when you spin it the slightest bit you possibly can, the temp fluctuates like CRAZY! I don't know what to do! I cant handle these eggs dying. I already had an extremely bad hatch with 2 that hatched very late and then died right after hatching.(Starting around 50 for sure fertile eggs) I am doing everything I possibly can, and have learned so much. I don't know what to do about my temperature. I will do anything to save these guys. Its their 2nd full day in the incubator. Its still air! I need it at 101.5!!!! Their brooder is absolutely perfect. The incubator is extremely cleaned, and germ free. I have tried 4 thermometers and spent around $30 dollars in different thermometers in the past day. I put water in at 40% humidity every day. And by hand, I turn each egg 3 times a day. (46 eggs) I go to highschool and have a ton of homework for my college classes, and I really need this to be less stressful, and less time consuming/worrisome. I cant live a minute without worrying about the temperature in my incubator. I want them to hatch right on time. It's winter, I know it can be a bad time to incubate. I want them to be somewhat mature around spring time. PLEASE! ANY TIPS!