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Searching for Op05-1509

A quick learner says:
Says op05-1509 in inside need 3
User submitted photos of a window crank handle.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Have you seen our 39-226? This appears pretty similar to what you have, but take a look and let me know if you agree.
A quick learner from usa says:
NEED TO REPLACE WINDOW HANDLE, PART # (OP05-1509, WINDOW MANUFACTURER WENT OUT OF BUSINESS (WINDOWRAMA, EDGEWOOD, NY)

JOHN
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, John. I've placed you into an existing thread regarding that same serial number. See if our suggestion above is a match. If not, could you upload some pictures of the hardware in question? That will help us find something for you.
A quick learner from NJ says:
looks similar, since there is no screw to secure the handle how will the handle remain tightly in place w/o falling into the tub & damaging the tub finish?
John
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Well, this type of handle should just pop in. The operator holds it in with pressure. If your handles fall out for whatever reason, then its a problem with the operator, not the handle.

That's actually only the case with older versions of this operator. The newer ones are the opposite, where the operator has the male bore and the handle is female.
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