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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by stone_family3, Feb 7, 2012.
How did you set up your egg turners? Do you have any pictures?
Edited for spelling
not sure I understand what you're asking...do you mean "set" up?
Sorry yes I mean set, not wet. Lol
I'm going to just sit right here and listen to you all.
I found an amazing deal on a wine cooler (it's the size of a dorm fridge, so maybe 100 bottles?), picked it up to convert. Haven't done it yet.
this is interesting!how did you do it?
This is what I have so far. This was a freebie my husband picked up while trash picking. It didn't work and was going to be about $70 to fix. So after 2 years he decided to give it to me for some eggs
This is the inside, it has three selves and is plastic, it has a dome light but it never worked and turned out to be LED so I mounted the light on the bottom.
I picked up a hot water heater thermostat for $8 at the hardware store. So far the thermostat is the only thing that I've bought.
Here is the back of the wine cooler.
So far so good, when you pug it in it lights up.
Top shelf has a thermostat with humidity read out on it.
I still have to rig up the fan and test it out. So hopefully I'll have it up and running today. I'm still trying to figure out how I want to rotate my eggs.
Well I ended up using a computer power supply and two computer fans.
I have the guys at work looking for a good non-working small refrigerator ... hopefully it will have a clear front.
I am planning to install a 225 Watt incukit in this, and some auto-turners. The question I have is with setting up
turners how do others route the wires..inside to a single outlet, or bring them outside to a power strip/cord, some photos
if you can take some would be helpful of your autoturner setup.
Has anyone completed their project?
I recently picked up an inop wine chiller, removed the compressor and interior chill plate.
Like everyone else I would like to see pictures of mounted egg turners. I plan to use AC fans to eliminate D.C. power supplies.
Anyone with a finished unit yet?