So last week, I woke up to an incubator that was not running (it's a forced air LG) and at 72 degrees. This was at day 7. Happened again at day 10 (this time, I tackled the root problem). Both times, I reset the circuit breaker, and kept on like nothing happened (I am turning them by hand 3x a day). Day 15 now and I can't tell if there has been any more embryonic development in the eggs. They look the same as when I candled them at day 7, although the size of the air cells has increased. The eggs are all green and dark brown, so it's hard to tell anyway... Accidentally broke one of the eggs last night, and inside was a red gelatinous blob and obviously not a 15 day old chick embryo. My question is, should I just call it quits at this point? Or is it worth a shot to continue incubating the rest? Is it even possible at this point for the remaining eggs to catch up, or I am just creating potential stink bombs? What would you do?