Alright, about an hour ago, I lost power. My bator temp started dropping, and I was going to let it go, but then it started dropping FAST, so I decided that I would put a heat pack in. I put the heat pack in, and it wasn't working even after 15 minutes, and the temp was still dropping. So, I put two baggies of HOT water in, then, don't you know it, the heat pack started working. The temp spiked to 103. Now, thankfully, my power is back on, and it's back to 99.7. The humidity was up at 83% because of the bags of water though. What are the chances that there was damage done? The spike wasn't a very long spike at all, maybe 10 minutes or so (it wouldn't have been that long, but the guys came to fix our door for us, so I was distracted), but the drop was pretty decent, probably below optimum temps for up to 45 minutes, but never going below 90. What's worse, out of all of the newly hatched chicks, I lost two more. Last night sometime, the brooder bulb blew (I'm not sure if someone knocked it by accident or what, but that sucker was brand new and only in use for a few days), so the chicks were recovering from a cold night already, then the power went. I'm hoping that I don't loose anymore. Hopefully the eggs hatch for me then, I just don't seem to be having very good luck.