Yep... I installed a computer fan in this incubator a few months ago... I have taken great care not to keep the lid off but just a few moments while I turn the eggs. Taking super good care of these babies.... I am 2 weeks into the hatch cycle and I get the call yesterday while I was at work that my 1 1/2 yr old Granson turn over the entire incubator **sigh** Well he is such a sweety I could never be upset with him Out of 40 egg that went flying accross the room we had 9 broken. Others were covered with yoke or whatever you want to call it at this point. When my daughter called in a panic my wife was starting to put the eggs in a bowl of warm water to keep them warm while she clean up the mess.... I quickly stoped her and had her dry off the ones that were placed in the water. I more less had her set the incubator back up and put the eggs back in and leave the mess for later so the eggs would not get cold. It appears the inside of the incubator was not to bad as eggs went completly out on to the carpet and most of the eggs that broke seems to be from hitting other eggs. I don't know if there is any hope for the eggs that are left? I got the temps stable when I got back home (it was low 89 or something) I assume the fall must have messed up the setings. My new tem/Hum gauge has not worked since the crash yesterday. I believe it got water inside. Since I only have 7 day left should I let it finish and see what happens or just toss them and start over??