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User opens oven door
User opens oven door

User lifts baking dish from cutting board on his lap and places it on the open oven door
User lifts baking dish from cutting board on his lap and places it on the open oven door

User slides the baking dish over onto the grill, which is pulled out from the oven
User slides the baking dish over onto the grill, which is pulled out from the oven

User slides the grill back into the oven by closing the oven door
User slides the grill back into the oven by closing the oven door

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Oven

Oven placed at just the right height for a person sitting in a wheelchair.

Description
Oven with door that opens downwards. The oven is installed at wheelchair level. To place hot food in the oven, or to remove it, the user places a cutting board on his lap. He then transfers the baking dish or whatever is to be taken out of or placed in the oven to the open oven door and slides it over to the grill.

Authors comments
Ideally, the oven could sit on the counter and the user would only have to slide the baking dish from the oven onto the oven door and then directly onto the counter.

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Tip is dated from 2005

Categories for this tip
housing » appliances, kitchen, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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