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Unplug the turner while the eggs are pointing up, and cover one side with paper towels to use as a makeshift hatcher.

The Brinsea is full, and I don't want to use the still air as a hatcher any more until I get a fan in it.

Or preferably, I'll get a new bator and sell the still air CHEAP.

In the meantime, this arrangement will have to do.
 

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LOL...necessity is the mother of invention!

Where is the heating element on this bator? Hopefully they have enough headroom.
 
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Yes, there's enough headroom.

But after the eggs in the Brinsea hatch in a few days, that's the only bator I'll be using for a while. I'll put the styro away for a few months. I think.
 
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