Corner key for storm window

A home owner from Toms River says:
There were no numbers or markings on the key other than the circular depressions.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

We have a couple different corners that may replace this, but it's tough to make out your precise dimensions from just a ruler. I would start by looking at our 95-009, which looks like our closest option. The opposite side is our 95-008. Look these over and let me know if you think they'd work for your storm window.

A home owner from Toms River says:
Hi Tom,
Can you tell me if the pin on a 95-015 tilt key is offset or does it run straight?
I purchased the 95-008 and it doesn't slide into the track due to the offset pin.
Thanks Jim
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

The 95-008 and the 95-009 are off set tilt corners, but the 95-015 is neutral corner key. I can't tell from your photos if you have neutral or offset, so make sure to check that. Also make sure that the 95-008 isn't installed on the wrong side of the frame. 

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