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User pulls baking sheet out on telescoping track
User pulls baking sheet out on telescoping track

User by the oven with baking sheet pulled out
User by the oven with baking sheet pulled out

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Built-in wall oven in accessible kitchen

Telescoping track makes it easy to put food in/take food out of the oven

Description
Built-in wall oven with side-hinged door and telescoping track for baking sheets.

The oven is installed next to a counter so that the baking sheet is at the same height as the counter.

Authors comments
Oven with telescoping track and location next to a counter make it easy to remove hot dishes from the oven as long as they are not too large and heavy. The user places the food either directly on the counter next to the oven or first on a cork pad or cutting board that she has on her lap.

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The user

Tip is dated from 2009

Categories for this tip
household tasks » preparing meals, housing » appliances, kitchen, Tips and tricks from people with Low tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C7- Th1, ASIA A, B).

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