The bad news is that the Incuview’s control module died this morning. The good news is that IncubatorWarehouse.com guarantees all their products for a year, and their customer service is stellar. You can call and talk to a real person in Idaho. After talking me through some troubleshooting steps, the rep offered to send me a new control module free of charge. Should be here by Monday.
The last cochin egg has died in the meantime, apparently before this morning’s incubator failure. So that’s that. We plan to adopt a friend’s half-baked (figuratively speaking) hatching eggs in the near future, just as soon as we get the incubator up and running again.
In the meantime, we have long grass, a push mower with new wheels that won’t start (again!), and a robot to repair.
(No, I didn’t go dumpster-diving behind the miniatures shop on the set of the latest Star Wars movie. This is my very own domestic droid, awaiting some replacement mosfets in the charging circuit.)