I have a hovabator and it has always worked perfectly for me. I've hatched 3 series of hatches in it with amazing success 100% every time and I used the thermometer that came with it against everything I've read. So for this hatch I went out and bought a very nice thermometer and used it in conjunction with the one that came in the incubator. The new thermometer read 99.5 the entire incubation while the stock one was around 98 (I figured that the stock thermometer was a little off because when I used it chicks always hatched on day 20). Humidity was at 50% during incubation and 65% at lockdown. Before lockdown every egg was alive. My hatch day was set for yesterday at 10 pm but only 2 hatched and one other pipped. The remaining 7 eggs are doing nothing--I dont hear any peeping or see any motion from them. I dont want to break lockdown but I am worried that something has happened. I have 2 EE's left to hatch and 5 JG's. I read somewhere that JG's take longer to hatch...is there any truth to this? I am just wondering if I should keep my hopes up or face the music.