Of course it was full. There are 15 duck eggs and 100+ bobwhite eggs. I use 2 thermometers-- one is a new digital and the other is an old 1950's model metal dial. It runs a few degrees low but is an excellent back-up. The digital read 101.5 last night, but the old thermometer was at its usual 96. Today I found it at 120 and 111. Is there any chance for the eggs inside? I candled last night and the ducks were just becoming visible. The quail are a little older and are at that immobile blob stage. They are difficult to candle, so I only did a few. I reset the electronic thermosat (it is a model 1588) and now on its lowest setting it is at 101. I think is because the warranty jus ran out. I am worried that the temp. will keep rising, no matter what setting it is on. Does anyone know of anyhing I can do? I thought maybe it got dirty or too humid or something, but I don't know.