I need some tips to try and keep humidity stable in my incubator. I'm using the LG w/fan and egg turner. I have a hydrometer (from WalMart) that when I did the calibration test with a cup of salt water in a plastic bag overnight - it read 68%...so I'm thinking it's 7% off. I can get the humidity up in my bator but can't seem to get it to stay there. This AM I added some water to the wells...it went up to 41% and then this evening it's down to 16%. Temp seems to be OK running between 99 and 100. I opened the bator a lot yesterday trying to work with the humidity and I hate to be opening it all the time. Any suggestions? Today I only opened it in the AM to add water. I have one plug in and the other out. I also tried a wet paper towel but humidity very quickly went high so I took it out. I am wanting to try to keep humidity 30 to 45% or no more than 50% up until lockdown then I will raise it. I'm on day 4 of this hatch and this is my first attempt at hatching chicken eggs...I hatched duck eggs a few weeks ago and got 3 out of 7 (not a good rate) and with no hydrometer I learned that my humidity was too low. Can anyone share suggestions on keeping humidity stable to this newbie? Thanks! I really appreciate it!