My first attempt at incubating 20 fertile eggs. I set the incubator up per directions, purchased 2 separate thermometers (1 is a bulb thermometer and the other is a thermometer with humidity reading combined, not digital) for calibrating/testing temps, etc. No matter how much I adjust the incubator digital thermometer to make it warmer, the other thermometers read 98.0 and 99.5. The temp on the bator reads 101.2 constantly unless the top is removed for a very brief period. I read the instructions on how to raise the temperature but it never seems to raise the temp per the other 2 thermometers. I set the eggs anyway as 13 of them were at day 12 since laying. The other 7 were at 4-6 days. The humidity on the purchased combined thermometer is at 55% while the bator digital is at 45%. How am I supposed to know what is actual for temp and humidity??? Is there a way to get a more accurate reading on the inside of the bator? If it is set at 101.2 degrees, will I kill the embryos? I have only removed the top of the bator twice in the last 5 days. It is covered with a towel because the room it is in gets the door opened quite a bit throughout the day. I plan to candle at day 10. Any info on this incubator and how to actually calibrate the thermometer other than adjusting it to other thermometers (which doesn't seem to be working correctly either) would be immensely appreciated. It was expensive to get 12 of these eggs as they are a rare breed. Also, should everything go ok and I see life inside these eggs, should I purchase another incubator for the lockdown process? I would hate to lose them all in the last few days.