So I made a bone headed thing last night while checking on my bottles in the conditioner. The temperature probe slipped out of the chamber making the Inkbird think that it was 67°F inside the chamber which was set for 70°F resulting in the heat source to stay on way too long. Glancing at the chamber this morning when I was taking some cleaned bottles to the basement, the Inkbird was showing 67° on both the air temp and the chamber.....Oh crap! So here I am ...day 3 in conditioning and the chamber reached 90° F....did I kill my yeast and halt my carbonation? I was using Safale 05.