As of Sunday, 9 of my incubating eggs were viable with good veining, 4 were questionable.
However, we lost power Sunday afternoon into the evening (4-5 hours), so I'm not sure how many of the eggs are still good. I will candle them again tomorrow and see what the score is. We first tried moving the incubator outside into the sun, but the temperature rose too high and was erratic. We then heated water on a propane gas burner and filled empty bottles, putting them into the incubator to act like the old-fashioned red Hot Water Bottles. This worked well, although we had to watch continuously to maintain the correct temperature. The Genesis 1588 can be operated using a special cable and a car battery, so guess what I ordered first thing Monday morning?? I had another batch of eggs that I had been collecting during the week, so I put them into incubator #2 on Monday. Once the cables arrive, I can always combine the eggs into one incubator and run it off the battery if the power goes out again. Unfortunately, power outages are not an uncommon occurence here.