we keep ours on the kitchen counter in an egg carton pointy-end down. when i was younger, we just had them in a basket on the floor in the living room. our house always stays between 60-70, but usually around 60. if you've already put them in the fridge, i think it still might be okay to put them in the incubator. you never know, i've heard of people refrigerating their eggs and having a fairly good hatch (50-60%) to all those who keep their house at like 70 (your crazy! thats WAY too hot for an Alaskan!) put the eggs in a closet, it's generally a tad cooler in there. basements are okay, too. this summer we'll be keeping our "hatching" eggs here in the basement. it stays pretty cool down here, and i think it might get is a better hatch rate.