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You can re-terminate the cable...
There are many different adapters that re-orient the cable up, down, left, or right. I've never seen one that reverses it, but the length of the adapter would likely make it want to disconnect itself. I've seen very short IEC320 extension cables that it seems would solve the problem. I'd re-terminate it or remove and invert the chassis mount receptacle in the device (or live with it).
Have you tried connecting the female IEC connector onto the male inlet connector on the equipment first and then plug the male plug into the wall outlet twisting the cord one way or the other in the least twisted direction. If the cord is too stiff or too stiff and short just pull the duplex wall outlet and rotate it 180 degrees and reinstall it. (Of course make sure the power is turn off at the outlet first.)