I have a Winegard GM 1518 satellite antenna on order and it needs to be wired direct to the receiver. My class C has the TV in the cabover part (above the driver and co-pilot in an overhead cabinet (center).
I was wondering if anyone has mounted a connector through the wall so as to connect the coaxial cable direct to the receiver without having to run it through an open window? Seems to be the cleanest way to hook it up each time.
You maybe able to use your park cable connection if equipped and it is RG-6 cable. You would have to route it directly into the receiver but save some problems. May have to bypass antenna power supply.
It would help to know what year, make and model of your rig.
On my class A, I was able to route it through the front post.
I ran an RG6 cable from that entertainment center, down through the wall behind the passenger seat to underneath the RV. Then I ran it back along the frame to the electrical compartment where I ended it. I can hook the LNB via RG6 into the electrical compartment and have satellite anywhere in the RV.
Bobbo, Linda and the furry kids (1&1/2 German Shepherds)
2007 Winnebago Outlook WF331C on a Ford E450 Super Duty Chassis
2010 Subaru Forester w/BlueOx baseplate & Ready Brute Elite towbar
Thanks, my MH is a 1998 Thor industries Dutchmen Class C on a Ford chassis. It does have a park cable TV connector on an outside wall, and a powered tv antenna booster. Not sure if it is RG 6 cable though.