Which temp is more accurate?

afj6710

Chirping
9 Years
Jan 2, 2011
185
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99
We just got an LG still air - yes, I know, I know, it is a "murderbator"
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- we're planning on altering it to make it more reliable. But it was a really good deal and I couldn't pass it up. I have it plugged in, trying to check the temp levels. It has the little glass thermometer that it came with, as well as a digital thermometer/hygrometer that was my son's. The glass one says it is a little over 99.5 (where the line is) but my digital one says 98.9 - which one would be more accurate? Does it matter since they are both so close and within an ok range?
 

afj6710

Chirping
9 Years
Jan 2, 2011
185
0
99
running maybe 8 hrs at that point? I turned the temp up slightly so now they are reading 102 and 102.5. I just put another digital room thermometer in there, so I'll check it later and see what it says.
 

afj6710

Chirping
9 Years
Jan 2, 2011
185
0
99
That's what I'm aiming for. I have the incubator in a room with the most steady temps. We live in a 100 yr old house with a lot of drafts and no heating downstairs.
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My SIL just incubated some eggs in an LG still air at 102 the ENTIRE TIME and did not once check the humidity. I think almost all of her eggs hatched. Baffling.
 

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