Double-hung window latches

A quick learner from North Carolina says:
I am trying to replace/fix several window latches or locks. The windows are double-hung white vinyl windows and the house is less than 10 years old. I cannot find any brand located on the windows.

The locking mechanism is 1 7/8 inches between attachment holes and is white. The attachment holes are also set back 1 5/8 inches from the front edge. The locks also have a curved lip at the top that lays over the other part of the lock when brought together. The locking mechanism is made out of metal.

I would appreciate any help in identifying the brand of windows and help finding replacement locks that are broken.

Thank you in advance.
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Good morning and thanks for posting to our discussion board.

Can you submit a few pictures of your existing window latch. I would like to review some pictures so that I can recommend a replacement.
A quick learner from North Carolina says:
Attached are a few pictures of the window lock.

Thanks again.
User submitted photos of their double-hung window locks.
A quick learner from North Carolina says:
I submitted 5 photos on July 18th after you requested them. I am not for sure if they cam through or if you are still researching the window locks I need.
Please advise and thank you.
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Unfortunately we have not been able to locate a replacement lock. We will post an update on the discussion board if more information becomes available.
A home owner from Plainfield, NJ says:
Was there ever an update about these window latches? We are looking for replacements for these also. They seem to break very easily!
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
Take a look at SWISCO product code 90-271, window sash lock with 1-7/8" installation hole centers. Do you think this could work as a substitute?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Here's a quick update: anyone looking for this lock may be interested in our new 90-276 and 90-280. Check them out and see if you agree!
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