I use to run an old LG bator and just a teen and kinda just tapped the eggs and humidity was just kinda there and i did awesome. However, that was long aho I can't remember and I am now in a different area of the US. I bought a new bator Farm Innovator with a turner and circulated air (i know, i know, bad product). I plugged it in waiting on eggs and left the plugs in and everything and now i finally have the Temp steady at 99 for almost 9 hours now. and the Humidity is 23% (i want to dry incubate). Question is...Should i remove the plugs and then re-adjust the heat to compensate or just leave it where it is and then bump the humidity after the 15th day (hatching quail). Please give me some feedback here, this forum seems not not be what it was 5 years ago. THANK YOU!