I'm desperately trying to hatch some Trader Joe's fertile eggs in the forced air little giant incubator from %#%^%. Stuck them in there Wednesday morning. Temp had been holding steady at 100 for week beforehand. Put them in there, came back the next morning and discovered it was 84 degrees. Turned it up, everything seemed okay. Then last night it surprised me with 103.5! How nice! Now it's something like 97. Should I just assume they're all dead? Would a day at 84 kill them? Would 103? I was always taught 102 is the killing temp. How would these temps affect them if not? And whens the soonest I can candle? Obviously they're plain white leghorn eggs so they're the easiest eggs you could possibly candle.