Bathroom window in glass block

A quick learner from Chicago says:

I've been remodeling my bathroom. Today, I removed this because it's broken. The metal joints were "frozen." I'd like to replace only the part I removed and not bother with any glass block work. Can you tell me if this is a reasonable part to try to procure or am I barking up a dead tree?

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Looks like you just need a hinge. This isn't necessarily a difficult thing to find, but there are a couple of inhibiting factors. The first is that the design of the hinge itself is a little peculiar and not something I'm familiar with. The second is that your sash is very small and your window design is obviously not typical.

That said, I think we can still help. Start by looking at our 36-020 four-bar hinge set. This is the smallest hinge we have at only 8". It's similar to what you have, but not exact, so I cannot guarantee that it will work. However I think it's still worth considering. Look over our dimensions and photos and let me know your thoughts. If you don't think you could get this to work on your sash, let me know and I can try to find something better. 

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