Need help replacing the RV window operator

A quick learner from Az says:
Is there a video or instructions on installing the 39-059 replacement window operator? Having a hell of a time, can't get the old one out. Getting mad. Thank you for any help!
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Paul Sr. from SWISCO responded:
It is not an easy task to replace a crank operator in an RV window. You may need to remove the torque bar to remove the operator. Sometimes you will need to drill out the rivets in the arm attached to the torque bar to release the torque bar from the window crank operator. Because all RVs are a little different, try to do an Internet search for the specific type of RV you have to find more specific instructions on how to maintain the windows of your RV.
A handy person from wi says:
I have a 1974 Marshfield with the rv window cranks. Is there a procedure to replace the crank?
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Submit a few photos of your window crank so we can take a look.
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39-059 : R.V. Window Operator
39-059
Price: $8.45
R.V. Window Operator