It looks like you have no signal. Is there a RED light on the preamplifier board? It should be on and the connections should be "finger tight"
According to @k5ted the Rssi number of -83 should mean that you have a huge signal, but I read that as you have a HUGE amount of noise
Where is your antenna? is it outside ( best to start with it out side to get it going.) It needs to have a 100% clear view of the satellite ( no trees or things in the way) and try to keep than antenna and the pre-amp away from electronic "things".
Basically what seems to be happening is that you are just not getting enough signal from the satellite, there can be a number of reasons for that. in no particular order
* poor placement/connection of the antenna
* too much local noise from computers, sat TV dishes commercial transmitters etc.etc. etc.
* Problem with the Pre-amp not amplifying (usually if the light is on it is working!)
* some problem with the receiver hardware ( I don't know what sort you have there, but you may be able to plug it directly into your PC and use a program like HDSDR to see if you can see the signal on the spectrum display.)
In all honesty my first test would be to take the whole thing to a park, where I can see the sky well and see if it connect to the sat