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I would like these Rico wood window channel balances

A quick learner from waitsfield vermont says:
Hi,
I need to replace the channel balances on several 22 year old Rivco wood, double-hung, tilt-out windows. I've looked at your videos but can't find one for tracks like mine. Photo is attached, with the #22 shown, hopefully helpful.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for posting! It's very hard for me to tell what balance this is without seeing them removed. I want to say that it looks similar to our Series 795 balance, but I just cannot say. Can I see a few pictures of them removed from the window?
A quick learner from waitsfield vermont says:
Hi Tom, thank you for that very fast response. I've found stickers on the windows identifying them as 9000/9500 series models. The jambliners are vinyl. The ribbed channel balances are 23" series 750 block and tackles. The tie bar guides are 15-109. The channel balance shoes are 15-112. At least this is what I, a layman, think. I've attached images of the entire assembly; the balances; the tie bar guides and shoes; and the vinyl jambliner for your examination. Please let me know if you think I have these product id's right and what my options are for replacement. thank you!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for posting! I agree with your assessment. The 15-109 shoes and Series 750 balance look like they're pretty close. Just make sure all the dimensions match.
A quick learner from waitsfield vermont says:
Thank you, Tom. One last question: do you folks stock just the vinyl jambliners themselves as a separate item? I've cracked a few throughout the house and they could stand replacing.

thanks again!

Jim
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Hey, Jim. Unfortunately, we do not stock jambliners. You may want to contact the original manufacturers, they may be able to help you.
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