Are you using an entrance feeder, or hive top? Ought to be feeding by the gallon. Pretty soon should be some eggs, but you don't want to get into the hive daily... once a week is about enough...or maybe now every 5-6 days, to check progress and learn. Next time you enter the hive, find the queen, see if there are eggs in the frame she's on. Doesn't matter how deep the cells are, since they're establishing their hive, she'll lay in shallow cells and they'll build them out quickly.
If syrup and pollen has clogged the brood nest, put a frame of foundation inside your outside frame of syrup and pollen, so they'll draw that and that gives her some empty cells in which to lay.
Every one is a little different, but the 2 we installed last year had eggs 5 days after installation.
The wax was only about 1/8" deep on the cell walls, & she was laying in them already.
Order another queen and give the queenless hive a frame of brood from the other package/hive when(or a day or 2 before) you install(in cage) the new queen. You could also do a newspaper combine with the queenless on top of the queen right.
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