Crank out windows 1955

A quick learner from South Milwaukee, Wisconsin says:
Crank has number 250-32
You have to push the window out about 8 inches for the crank to engage
We have 5 windows
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid that we don't have anything like this. This is a very, very old system and I don't think it has been made in decades. 

You may be able to get one of our older operators to work, like the 39-002 and 39-001 (along with a new track like the 39-504 or 39-512 to install on the sill), but it would require significant alteration of the sill to accommodate the new style. Even then, there is no guarantee it will work.

I'm sorry that we cannot be of more help.

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