When you first turn it on and use it you need to watch the temperature. It is important that the incubator does not go over 100 degrees, if it does then the eggs will die. When first using it I would recommend calibrating it, I did this by simply cracking the lid open with small pieces of wood until I could get it to stay consistent at a specific temperature range. For the best results, I would recommend keeping the temperature between 93-99 degrees.

It is also important to rotate the eggs every hour or two when they are incubating, if you don’t do it then the eggs will die.

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