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How to troubleshoot a faulty eggs incubator

If you believe your incubator is faulty, the first step is to carefully read the manual that came with the incubator. This will likely have troubleshooting tips and information on common problems and how to fix them. If you no longer have the manual or if it does not provide a solution, you can try the following steps: 1. Make sure the incubator is properly assembled and set up according to the instructions in the manual. 2. Check the power supply and make sure the incubator is plugged in and receiving power. 3. Check the temperature and humidity settings to make sure they are correct for the type of eggs you are incubating. 4. Make sure the incubator is properly ventilated and that there is enough air circulation inside. 5. If the incubator has a turning mechanism, make sure it is functioning properly and turning the eggs at the correct intervals. Check the motor wiring to the controller. Also test the motor to ensure that it is functioning properly. Also test the limit switches to ensure that they are disconnecting power and controlling the motor in the right direction. 6. If the eggs are not hatching or are not developing properly, it is possible that the incubator is not maintaining the correct temperature and humidity levels. You can try calibrating the incubator's thermometer and hygrometer to ensure they are accurate. If these steps do not resolve the issue, you may need to contact the manufacturer for further assistance or consider getting a replacement incubator. You can also contact Engoho Kuku Farmer for further assistance. Engoho is a trusted supplier of high quality automatic egg incubators in Kenya. It is also a good idea to check online forums or ask other experienced incubator users for advice and tips on troubleshooting common problems. If none of the above steps resolve the issue with your incubator, you may need to contact the manufacturer for further assistance or consider getting a replacement. If you choose to contact the manufacturer, they will likely ask you for detailed information about the problem you are experiencing.


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