Broken thumb latch lock

A quick learner from California says:
My lock for my Anderson sliding door is jammed. The numbers on the part read 2573558 and 7700-14. I noticed it slightly different then some of the other posts. What part number do I need?
User submitted photos of a mortise lock.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Hm... the part numbers aren't giving me any good results. Let's start by comparing some parts. Take a look at our 82-037 deadlock. Is this your part? Carefully compare the dimensions on our site to what you have as you make your decision.
A quick learner from Michigan says:
Hi there. I have this same lock assembly as pictured above. However, when I look at the 82-037 it is slightly different. On the one that you recommended there is a white push tab at the bottom vs a shorter metal one. Can I still use this d have it work correctly?
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

The 82-037 mortise lock is a newer version of the old Andersen patio door lock. If you install it along with the keeper that comes with it, we think it should work.

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