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1361316 Andersen window crank

A handy person from ny says:
Anderson window handle part!

This is the part which differs slightly from your 39-146 no, which seems to have been made a few years later. If I buy a few of these and they don't fit properly, can I return them?

The only basic difference from the photos seems to be the cap, which has two holes compared to the earlier one which has none?


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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, Kate! Could I perhaps see a few pictures of your operator? It's possible that you have an older model of the same type with just a different cover. Let me know!
A quick learner from NY says:
Thank you. Yes it is an old part, possibly 1977, I got this no 1361316 from one of your links! not sure if this is really it or not.

Here are a few photos of the parts I need! It does say anderson!

Many thanks.

User submitted photos of a window operator.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for getting back to us. It's odd to see this cover without holes, but it certainly seems similar to our 39-146. I see that there are holes in the operator itself, under the cover; that might the validation we need. I think that the 39-146 is a good place to start, but make sure you double-check the length of the arm compared to your own hardware. If they match up then I think it's a good bet.
A quick learner from NY says:
The arm seems to be 9 1/2 inches by 4, so I am not sure if 39-146 will work?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Is your arm hinged or straight? If it's straight, then maybe our 39-094 would be a better match.

If not, I will have to see a few pictures of your operator as fully removed from your window. I'll need to examine the whole unit in order to find a replacement, not just the base.
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