Yes, some time ago I researched incubating, and suddenly found a cabinet incubator for a good price, and rushed to get it, and set it up with a water tray, and thermometer, and humidity monitor. I had saved some chicken eggs (mutts) for a few days, and had 23 of them, and 8 Bourbon Red Turkey eggs added over a few days. I put dates on the eggs added after the first day, and the bator was cruising along at the temp I recalled and the humidity I recalled, and all the eggs were in the right position (or so I recalled). Can you tell where this is going...? I was busy working, and building a hatching room in a shed out by the pigs shed, and trying to get in a garden, and the weather was rotten and cold. But the bator kept cruising along at a perfect 99.9 degrees and 50% humidity... That is right... yea, that has to be right. That and the eggs are all nestled in hay in the trays and the auto rotater is going and they are all in there small side up... Then tonight I read Sally Sunshine's Guide... All since the 15th of February. 9 days, upside down, and waterlogged (? maybe)... Should I rotate the eggs to the proper position? I do plan to candle them tomorrow, and lower the humidity, as well as open the vents a little more. (they are open, but just a little) This is an older cabinet model, but has many parts from GQF, and resembles theirs. Temp and Humidity are very steady (just all set wrong apparently?) Any tips on how to save the most I can from my idiocy? This is my first experience hatching, and I don't necessarily HAVE to have these hatch, but If there is a good chance for them I would like to give it a crack... (sorry) And yes, some of the eggs have rotated sideways since I put them in... The monitor is behind the light's glare.