This is my first hatch in an incubator I currently have 50 coturnix eggs and 3 of my own chicken eggs in there. Yesterday was day 14 for the quail so i removed the egg turner they were all in and put the quail eggs in their carton. Well i came back to check the temp which was going crazy after I removed the turner and there was this terrible smell. Like rotten egg smell. The funny thing is that smell wasn't there a few hours earlier or a few days earlier. Now i know not all the eggs are developing so maybe this could be it because there was at least a week from when the eggs were shipped to when they arrived thanks to USPS. I randomly candled a few and the ones I did looked to be growing. I never candled them all because I am not sure how long the eggs can be out of the 99.5 temp. Which as I mentioned before, the temp has been going up and down as i removed the egg turner and I have to get it right again. I'm wondering if the temp could have killed them all in a matter of hours and that is the smell? I certainly hope not but now I am also worried that some rotten eggs might explode in there but I don't want to go searching through there for the rotten ones and mess with the humidity/temp so close to a possible hatch. I'm hoping they're not all dead! Any ideas?