I have 2 incubators, both full of eggs. 2 eggs in incubator #2 are from a previous hatch that have not hatched yet. I don't know when they are due and I forgot to mark down when I put them in the incubator. One is very active and I think about ready to hatch. The other is stuck to the egg turning rail and I can't get it loose. I think the incubator is starting to smell and all the other eggs I candled 2 nights ago, their 7th day, and none of them smelled at that time. I think it might be the one stuck to the rail and I am wanting suggestions as to what I can to about it. How do I get a stuck egg off the egg turning rail when I can't get the rail to come off the turning arms? What about oil? Would dripping oil on the egg and gently wiggling it cause it to loosen? I hate to lose the baby if it is good but something in there is going bad and it is better to lose one baby than who knows how many if it is a bad egg and explodes over all the other eggs. What about trying to wrap the egg with wet paper towels and trying to pull it out? Wet paper towels incase it explodes. I did forget to say that most of the eggs in there are guinea eggs so would be in there longer than the chicken eggs I have in there.