We were worried about the other eggs and the hatched chicks. Then a second one started leaking. That was also removed. We put the chicks in the brooder, quickly disinfected the incubator and put the remaining eggs back, on kitchen towel in case of further leaks.
One further chick hatched. As soon as s/he was dry enough, the hatchling was moved to the brooder. We monitored them very, very closely. We also left the remaining eggs in the incubator for a few extra days. No more hatched. One of them, at least, should have.
Meanwhile, we have 7 other eggs in another incubator, due to hatch in the next couple of days. Some of the eggs were in with the failed eggs. It's a worrying time.
We moved the now-4-day-old chicks to the shed brooder today. We haven't used this shed as a brooder before. It's double insulated, so we've no idea how it's going to be, compared to our revious shed. We've installed a camera and a baby monitor.
I hope they will be OK.