We set our bator Sunday night with 45 hatching eggs, and all was well for the first day. I noticed last night the eggs on the bottom weren't very warm, and even tho the temp/hygrometer readings were excellent, we borrowed another friend's incubator and thought it just didn't circulate warm air on the bottom shelf, as the thermometer/hygrometer sits on the top shelf. Over the course of the evening, I noticed the bator temp had dropped & the fan was not coming on. It was dead. We unplugged it, plugged it back in, and it worked fine. Within about an hour, the temperature had come back up, so we went to bed. We just woke up (good thing I stayed up late and have only been in bed 5 hours) to a dead, ice-cold incubator and $60 worth of dead eggs. We put them into my friend's incubator that we borrowed, but they are STACKED on each other and it's not equipped to hold this many... what do we do? I am just sick about losing these eggs... I drove from Auburn to Davis and back in crummy weather to acquire these eggs!