are you saying fermenting at the higher temp will cause the off flavors?
at this point i guess there is nothing I can do but wait for a week or so and them move to the 2nd fementator?[/quote]
Yes, at higher temps yeast will produce esters and fusels. Esters include flavors like clove and banana. Fusels are what makes your beer taste hot, like alcohol bite. Sometimes, these flavors aren’t off, but actually desired. This is why some beers are fermented at higher temps, to induce these flavors, such as Saisons.
I wouldn’t go dumping this batch though. When I first started out I had no temperature control and my brews were fermenting at the same range as yours. Extra time at higher temps (after fermentation) will help to eradicate some of the flavors. Also, extra time in the fridge will help to mellow them.
Homebrewing is a learning process. Controlling the temperature is one of the most important things that will improve your beer.