After several failed attempts at my incubator, I think I'm finally going to have some luck! I mapped out each area of my incubator and found the hot (105.7*) spots and cold (98.4*) spots. Staying away from the hot and single cold spots, I have 8 eggs awaiting hatch! I am not taking out the turner this time and am keeping it on. Last time I removed the turner, the incubator lost temp and all died, so this time, everything is staying the same except for the humidity which I'm boosting. The eggs are due to hatch tomorrow. I've got a staggered hatch going on too, a lovely person (Fowl Visions) sent me some of her beautiful Buff Brahma eggs and are in the incubator right now (another reason I refuse to remove the turner)! I candled last night and I've already got two internal pips! I'm REALLY hoping something comes out of there, so keep your fingers crossed please!!! Is there any other reason to remove the turner other than to keep little legs and toes from getting stuck? I check in there often enough to keep that issue at a bare minimum.