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How do I lower the humidity in my incubator?

The best way to lower humidity in an incubator is to open the vent cap(s) and wait around an hour to see if the humidity stabilizes where you want it. If that does not lower it enough you can remove some of the water from your water troughs in the base of your incubator. Again waiting around an hour to see if the humidity drops to where you want it. If you are struggling to consistently maintain your humidity levels or want a more hands-free option, we do sell the "HumidiKit™ - Auto Humidity System for Incubators." This automated system has sensors that will keep a more reliable humidity level without you having to constantly check up on your incubator. Here is a link to the HumidiKit™:
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