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I want to plug a old dell 2005fpw into my Denon 1909 power slot in the back. Does the Denon have enough juice to power it?

The Dell also has a ground on its male power end. Would it be bad to remove the ground so that I can plug it into the Denon?

I am doing this because when I turn off my HTPC system, I want to be able to turn off the secondary monitor (the dell) without pushing the button and with the same controller.


The back says it is 1.6A
 

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I want to plug a old dell 2005fpw into my Denon 1909 power slot in the back. Does the Denon have enough juice to power it?

The Dell also has a ground on its male power end. Would it be bad to remove the ground so that I can plug it into the Denon?

I am doing this because when I turn off my HTPC system, I want to be able to turn off the secondary monitor (the dell) without pushing the button and with the same controller.

Look on the back of the receiver. It may have the max wattage allowed printed next to the plugs. My Yamaha has it. Max 100 watts for all three plugs.
 
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