Originally Posted by Ken K.
The inside jacks may only run from the HD antenna on top. You may not have an exterior cable, or satellite connection. There are aftermarket connections sold that you can install, but you're going to have to drill and run the coax. I have 2 jacks behind my TV. One goes to the antenna up top, and one goes to the connection for cable/satellite. I think most are set up this way.
Thanks for all the replies. I've just been able to check them as we've been trying to get set up...... We're having electricity problems. Refrig chatters, lights blink. Florida Pwr came out and said the park transformer had to many units connected to it. Tech put in a request for another transformer to be added. I'll call the pwr company agaong today. It's been cooler so a/c has not been necessary. Refrig does not chatter but lights dim and go back to bright every few minutes.
Back to the Sat. connection.
On the back wall behind tv there are two cover plates. one has one coax connector labeled "Satellite Dish Hook Up" in red print. The other plate has two coax connectors: top one is labeled "aux/sat" in black and the other is labeled "TV" The bottom one labeled "tv" has a green indicator light and a button. I think that is for the antenna booster. I haven't located the booster yet. Is it up on the roof antenna? The Dish receiver has a coax in but I only see a hdmi connector out going to the tv.
The bedroom Tv has one cover plate on the wall behind it with two coax connectors. Top is labeled "Satellite Dish Hook Up" in red like livingroom tv, the other coax is labeled "antenna".
I found a coax connector in the front right side on the outside bedroom wall. It;s in a little covered box. I cannot find a similar covered box on the outside rear wall near the livingroom tv..
It seems that the manuals are not for every Silverback model. I'm not familiar with 5th wheels at all so I'm not yet able to recognize which models are similiarr.