Help Validating Parts and How to Replace Without Damaging Woodwork

A home owner from Chanhassen, MN says:
I watched your video online, and I do not have a plastic piece with screws holding the channel balances in place. Instead, the whole assembly has wood framing. I have quite a few windows to repair, but am hesitant on ordering parts until I have confidence I can do this myself without destroying the wood framing. Any help would be appreciated!

(I am quite handy. Remodeled my bathroom down to the studs by myself, including window replacement, and passed all home inspections.)

Paul
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting! It's tough to make out what your balance is from these photos, but it might be our Series 751. It will depend on the style of the bottom s hoe.

As for removing the balances, it will require removing the entire jamb liner. We actually have a video that details for you the recommended process. Let me know if this helps.

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