Corner Tilt Latches Possible Harvey Classic

A contractor from Gardner, MA says:
Looking for tilt latches integrated into large corner. Two screws on each side anchor in place, holding mitered frame together. Possibly used on old Harvey Classic series replacement windows in 80's and 90's.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid we don't have a tilt latch exactly like yours, but the only one we carry that works as you describe is our 26-111 and 26-110. Look these over and see if you could potentially uses these to repair your window. You may also want to consider our 26-119 thumb actuator; even if the 26-111 and 26-110 work, there's no guarantee that your old thumb actuator will connect to them.

A contractor from Gardner, MA says:
This style actually doesn't have actuators, you put your finger in the hole to operate. Those part number do not fit correctly in the vinyl extrusion, as I have them in stock here. Also the bottom leg isn't long enough for the two screws required to hold in place. Thanks for your help.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Ah, I see. I'm afraid that we weren't able to find anything closer. If the 26-111 and 26-110 won't work, I'm afraid that we have nothing else that will.

The only other solution I can think of is to reinstall the old latches just so that they hold the frame together, then installing two surface mount latches on top. We have a video on how to do this that you may find helpful.

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