If you get one delivered all assembled, or have some sighted assistance
assembling, then you should have no problem. Basically you turn a valve on
the tank to allow gas to flow to the tank then simply turn on a burner unit
and press the self igniter. After that works very similar to a gas stove.
Can't speak for others but I don't find a big issue in using one.

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[]on Behalf Of Claudia
  Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 6:25 AM
  Subject: [BlindHandyMan] Using Gas Grill!


  The honey & I, being both totally blind, want to know how easy or
difficult it is to use a gas outdoor grill?
  We're both pretty confident cookds, but something just scares me about the
whole gas thing!
  I guess I'd like to know how doable it is?


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