Casement window parts

A quick learner from Indiana says:
Looking for replacement operator, window lock, and keepers.
Thumbnail of the uploaded file named 20220319_094752.jpg
Thumbnail of the uploaded file named 20220319_091009.jpg
Thumbnail of the uploaded file named 20220319_091004.jpg
Thumbnail of the uploaded file named 20220319_090946.jpg
Thumbnail of the uploaded file named 20220319_093853.jpg
Profile picture of Tom
Tom from SWISCO responded:

Your operator seems normal at first glance, but the more I look at it the less sure I am that it is. The screw base especially is very peculiar. Would it be possible to see a clear picture of the operator out of the window? I'd like to see the whole mechanism in one clear shot. That way I can see everything without any details obscured.

For the lock, see our 38-091 and 38-092 . We also sell the 39-417 tie bar guide.

How to open a casement window that has a broken lock
How to open a casement window that has a broken lock
VIDEO
WATCH >
Anatomy of a casement window
Anatomy of a casement window
VIDEO
WATCH >
SWISCO 39-417 Tie Bar Guide
SWISCO 39-417 Tie Bar Guide
VIDEO
WATCH >
Reply to Thread
Use this form to ask a follow-up question or to share your experience regarding this subject.
(your email address will be kept private and is only used to inform you when a response has been made)
Current wait time is 4-7 business days
We promise that one of our experts will personally get back to you as soon as they are able. Thank you very much for your patience and understanding. If your inquiry is time-sensitive, please feel free to reach us at (888) 991-1929 or at help@swisco.com.