I have consistently proven to myself that I can go into a weekend with 2 projects to finish, with a third lined up for another weekend soon. My rule is that 3 projects must be completed within a 2 month period before I buy or trade for any more. At Christmas, I intend to have 7 new pieces of vintage gear in proper correct working condition, and that those pieces must be dependably useful on an ongoing basis. That's the rule. Or out it goes to a better man that can do it. I have here my US Navy tube tester. I have determined the meter is bad. I want this thing working correctly, but don't have a clue as to where to procure a replacement meter or a meter movement to adapt in to the meter case. Milliamps, Microamps, or whatever. As I understand it, most meters will be one or the other. If anybody has a clue as to where to start, I would be grateful. the rest of the machine has a very strong "electronic smell" with a hint of a burned odor, but everything looks undamaged. As far as that goes, it looks like the typical capacitor and resistor job that all these old pieces of gear get in a proper refurbishment. Thank you.