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Oven Stick

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CUSTOM ADAPTATIONPURPOSE: To enable a wheelchair user or someone with short arms to pull an oven rack out of an oven. Take a 12-inch long ruler or a strip of wood 12 to 15 inches long, 1 inch wide, and 1/8 inch thick, and using a knife or a jigsaw, carve or cut a rounded U on one end of the ruler or stick. Two inches from the rounded U, cut or carve a curved slot on one edge of the ruler or stick. This curved slot is placed over or under the oven shelf to pull it out of the oven; the U-shape at the end of the stick is used to push the rack back in. If holding the oven stick is difficult, the handle can be built up with pipe insulation, tape, polymer tape, or an oven mitt. AUTHOR: Edwards, S. TITLE: Ten Dollar Tech. JOURNAL: TechTalk. REF: Summer 2005: p. 7. PAGES: 1.

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