lilyber
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Inspiron One 2350, max angle of the stand?

Is it a real maximum angle of the stand? Or I should apply more force to unbend it?

Dell-Inspiron-One-2350.jpgDell Inspiron One 2350

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JOcean
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Re: Angle of the stand

According to the quick start guide. That is the maximum angle. I would not force it as that could break the stand.

https://www.dell.com/support/home/ca/en/cabsdt1/product-support/product/inspiron-2350-aio/manuals




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lilyber
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Re: Angle of the stand

In the Specifications I see this:

Capture.JPGDell Inspiron One 2350

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lilyber
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Power cable plug of Inspiron 2350

The plug is so long that I have to move my table away from the wall at a distance of 7 cm!

It is not good for me that my table stands away from the wall.

And I cannot move the PC, as it will be too close to my eyes.

Is there any model of power cable with a short plug that I can purchase and use with my Inspiron-2350?

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Mary G
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Re: Power cable plug of Inspiron 2350

The problem is with the length of the plug into the computer and that cannot be changed. Try moving it to the right or left instead of straight back if that's possible. Then it would be just a cable width for clearance. You need a deeper desk instead of a short shelf. 

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lilyber
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Re: Power cable plug of Inspiron 2350

Thank you for your reply. The plug is not flexible, I cannot move it to the right or left. And unfortunately, I cannot change my table. I hope, it is possible to change the cable.

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7- Thorium

Re: Power cable plug of Inspiron 2350

Why not move the PC closer toward the front of the desk so the plug is over the desk and only the wire goes down in between the desk and that wall?

Or maybe get somebody to drill a hole near the the back edge of the desktop and feed the power cable up through there. That way the desk can be fully flush against the wall. 

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lilyber
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Re: Power cable plug of Inspiron 2350

RoHe, thank you for your reply.

As I wrote in the first message, I cannot move the PC closer toward the front of the desk because this is uncomfortable for my eyes.

Drilling a hole will not resolve the problem (see the screenshot in my first message).

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