I had 10 chicks hatch on Nov. 23 and 24. An eleventh made a pip hole and chipped most of the circle to push off the top. Then it seemed to get stuck. It was cheeping but not making any progress in hatching. I waited over 24 hours, then I violated the rule not to help the chick hatch. I finished cracking the rest of the top off. It's still attached by some film, and I left in it place. The next day the chick had fallen silent, and I assumed it had died. Just now I was in the room that had the box of chicks and the incubator. I kept hearing a distress cheep which didn't seem to be coming from the chicks' box. I counted them, and they were all present. Then I realized the sound was coming from the incubator. I thought one of the remaining eggs had hatched. When I checked, though, I found the partially hatched chick was still alive. What do I do? Leave it alone? Help it? It's got a good loud cheep, so it seems to be strong enough. Has anyone seen anything like this (I'm a newbie)? Any advice?