Originally Posted by travelinfitter
Thanks. I found the new one in the roof. Mine comes pre wored but I have no idea where they installed the splitter at. I have been looking for it for a while now. Since I have to install the power inverter Im trying to figure out which cable to use. The prewire had a brown coax and a white coax.
You've lost me on a power inverter. Maybe that's something you are working on separate from the Trav'ler? There's only a Trav'ler Interface Box (that I have been calling the control box), a control box cable, and 2 coax cables (yours are brown & white), each running to a TV in the RV. Perhaps, if you have 3 TVs in your RV, there could be a splitter but the system works better without splitters.
By the way, any splitter used with a Dish system (and I presume DirectTV as well) must not block the frequency bands used by Dish. You're $3 splitter from Walmart will block most of the frequencies and not work. Oddly enough, a cheap splitter might appear to work for a few days or on a few channels then the system crashes when, for example, the program guide info can't download. There are splitters that work, but research beforehand so you know you are using the right ones for Dish or DirectTV.