Can someone help me, please? I'm a court reporter's scopist and I am working on a job where they are taking apart a circuit board for a VCR and he was asked if that was applying Ohm's law and the guy responded by Sallaby, yes, you can. I've googled everything and can't find even a remote spelling for Sallaby. Also, another question is he's talking about "the collector is nominally and the base return bias resistor or return to PLUG nominally plus five volts..." Sounds like plug, but not sure. Is it plug? Last one is: "that initial oscillation will reach a certain amplitude and really decay due to natural RESSES in the inductive heads." The resses is phonetic. Any idea? Thank you so much. Job is due tomorrow and I'm stumped.