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Window cranks

A friend from Houston, TX says:
Good afternoon,

I am searching for window cranks for a total of 11 windows.
The crank opening is about 4in wide
Here are the window measurements

2 68x21
2 66x 25
2 66x21
2 54x25
2 66x28
1 42x23

If there are any cranks that will match the window's border color that would be great.

Thank you,
Rosa
User submitted photos of a window operator.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, Rosa. This is an odd operator! I'm afraid I cannot identify it based on these pictures or the size of the windows. Is there any way I can see it removed? At the very least, can you open the window so that I can see what the operator arms look like? Seeing them removed would be best, though. I need to see what the base looks like, and even with the windows open the sill obscures that. Could you also tell me the brand of the window?
A friend from Houston, TX says:
Hi Tom,

I was able to find the a part for the crank and took some more pictures. The windows all vary in sizes but are all Pella brand.

There are numbers on the part which are p-1274-200
R; 77BH


The windows are difficult to open but I continue to try and open them to get you more pictures.

Here some more pictures I've taken
A friend from Houston, TX says:
Here are more
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I have received your pictures. Unfortunately, they don't show any more of the operator than the pictures you posted before. Knowing that they are Pella brand helps. It's possible that you have our 39-391 and 39-392, but there is no way for me to be sure without seeing one removed from the window.
A quick learner from Houston, TX says:
Hi Tom,

How would I go about removing them from the windows?

Thanks
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
You will likely have to remove the wood trim covering them before you can remove the operators.
A friend from Houston, TX says:
That may be hard to do. I'm still trying to open windows to get you a pictures of the operator arms. Is there any other way to determine the crank handle and cover needed for it?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I'm afraid not. Though, now that we know it's Pella, and judging by what I can see from your pictures, I think 39-391 and 39-392 are a great place to start.
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