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The simplest way is often to turn the rack or stand around.

If that is not possible, I sometimes use a mirror and a flashlight. You could also use a trouble-light in the sitting in the right spot so that you have one hand for the mirror, and the other for the cable.

Another useful item is the little led light with the band that holds the light on your forehead. This is useful in a surprising number of situations.

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