ok ive been trying for a week to get my still air bator up and running but am having major temp problems...can anyone advise? ive read stilll air bators need to be 104 above the egg? so i positioned one thermometer half way up the bator to get that temp. got it too 104.....brilliant! but the thermometer on the bottom of the incubator reads just 84 degrees...is it normal to have such a big difference??? i even swapped thermometers round to be sure one wasnt faulty...nope same readings. and the humidity is at 55% without even adding water?? so then throughout the days the temp is fluctuating.......a lot. at times the temp on the top thermometer is reading 106 (fried eggs!!!)others it will read 100 (too cold??) why is it changing so much??? im guessing if i put eggs in it would be a disaster! ive been fiddling about with it for nearly a week now , it seems to keep steady if i set it to 100 degrees (it then swings between 99 and 103 but no more or less) its level on a table, out of draughts, in a room with a constant temp of 15 degrees day and night (my hatchery room) any ideas whats happenening or is it normal for a still air bator to swing with the temps? i have 60 eggs waiting to go in so dont want to wait too long or they'll be useless.... do i risk it on the lower temp??