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The wiring connections are different on thr new Sentri 3 controller and I'm not sure which wires go where?

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It is difficult to say with 100% confidence because the pictures are out of focus, but it looks like you have just a regular turntable. The wire connections you show are the bridge between the tonearm and the external RCA style cables. The extra wire (#5) is the ground wire. You should be able to connect this to any receiver that has a phono input.

For confirmation, can you update this with the model number of the turntable? That will allow me to confirm what I have stated above.

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SOURCE: I have a new 4 prong plug to replace a old 3 prong on dryer

On a three wire configuration, the ground and the negative are tied together at the center position, using the dryer ground strap. Following is a description of the difference between three and four wire. Hope it helps you.
These two pictures illustrate the power wiring on a the terminal of an electric dryer. The one on top/left is the old-style three-wire configuration. Most people have this type in their homes. New code changes, though, require that dryers now have a four-wire cord, shown on the bottom/right.
Besides the number of wires in each cord, there are two important things to notice. First, in the four-wire configuration, notice that the dryer's grounding strap is folded back on itself. The whole point of the four-wire cord is to separate the ground from the neutral. The green wire (the "new" extra wire in the four-wire cord) is attached to the dryer cabinet. In the three-wire configuration, the grounding strap is left intact and the neutral and ground are tied together.


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1) Copy following link for 3-way switch wiring
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http://waterheatertimer.org/Programmable.html
The link above will help you identify your timer.

As a general rule, if a new battery does not revive the Intermatic timer, then timer needs to be replaced. Make sure you have electricity. And be sure to mark your wires before removing timer. Mark the black wire that connected to timer-black wire. It's the hot wire from breaker box.
You can replace with same model and brand so your wiring is EZ.

The ST01C and EJ500 are 7-day timers with up to 40 programs per week. They each connect with 2 wires. Black and Blue with red wire capped off. Just mark your wires before you disconnect old timer. And then reconnect new timer wires just as old timer was connected. The red wire is capped off.

The Aube T1032 is also a 7-day timer with 7 programs per week. This timer connects a bit differently. It connects with 3 wires. You put the black where old timer-black wire connected. And then you connect the red and blue together and connect them where the old timer-blue wire connected.

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Lutron Dimmer manuals
http://www.lutron.com/Service-Support/Technical/InstallationInstructions/Pages/InstallationInstructions.aspx?syst=Dimmers+%26+Switches&prodn=Maestro%C2%AE+dimmer+%26+switch

Lutron manuals show a couple things that might be affecting you lights.
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2) Type of light bulb: Dimmers work on different types of bulbs
3) Wiring: You say you got 3 wires going to the chandelier? Why you got 3 wires? Is this a 3 way switch? Are the chandelier bulbs wired separately so you can control groups of bulbs with different switches?
Does the dimmer have 3 screws? A dark-colored screw and 2 brass screws? If so, then that sounds like a 3-way dimmer. A 3-way, is where more than one switch controls the same light.

Does the dimmer have 2 screws? Then that dimmer controls a single circuit. Your black Hot wire from breaker box connects to one screw and the black wire to Load connects to other screw.
A quick glance at Lutron wiring manual shows that Hot and Load wires connect to either screw.
The question is your 3-wires from the chandelier ... does the black Hot wire from breaker arrive in the ceiling box first? Or does it arrive in the wall box first? If your Hot arrives in ceiling box, then the Hot must come down to the switch box and connect to a screw on the dimmer >>> a second wire connects to other screw on dimmer and travels up to the ceiling box where it connects to black wire on chandelier. The white wire on chandelier connects to white Neutral.
4) Dimmer might be bad

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Found a .pdf file that shows LSDC163pwv ... it does not show wiring for LSDC. It shows wiring for other 3-way dimmers & separate wiring for 3-way fan control. This is a clue.

The Pass and Seymour download page does not load, so I can't see specific manual.

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-LSDC Device has single-pole/3-way dimmer (this requires 3 wires)
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-IF you are also wanting to control a fan in addition to the light, the box will need separate wires that go specifically to the fan >> your description shows that you do not have separate wires for the fan. Is this correct?
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-You have identified travelers that connect the 3-way switches
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-By code the Hot wire is black for identification purposes ... but your box sounds like maybe the Hot wire is White.
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-The other two wires connect to Silver screws on other side of new Leviton switch
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