I'm trying to hatch 6 eggs in an incubator right now, and some are doing fine, attempting to zip out the egg, but a couple... aren't doing so hot... almost all my eggs are Wyandotte eggs, with the exception of one Old English egg. UNZIPPING THE LONG WAY: The Old English is trying to unzip around the full egg. By that I mean it's chipped off pieces of egg from the fat round end of the egg and by now has made it to the half way point of the bottom to the top. Will that end badly for him/her? HALFWAY ZIPPING: I also have an egg trying to unzip halfway through the egg. Will THIS one turn out ok? TURNING DURING LOCKDOWN: I went on vacation this weekend, and when I got back I found out that my incubator had been turning the eggs the WHOLE time I was gone... it was supposed to turn off a couple days ago and apparently never did. Are there issues that could cause? The chicks seem a bit disoriented. UPSIDE DOWN PIP: Almost to the end... due to the turning never ending, one chicks pup has ended up on the bottom of the egg. So I need to help or stick to the 'never open during lockdown' WATER: Finally, there isn't much water left in the incubator even though I filled it up a couple days ago. Should I quickly as possible try to add water if the eggs have only started piping so far or again stick to 'never open during lockdown'