How to remove the old 90-115 keeper

A quick learner from Washington says:
My original keepers are broken off on the top. I can't slide the new keeper ito place, because the lower part of the old keeper seems to be in the way. How can I remove the lower portion of the old keeper? Thank you.
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

Could you show us a photo of the keeper that you're having trouble with? Thank you!

A quick learner from Washington says:
As you can see by the second pic the keeper is broken off at the window frame
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

You'll need to remove the bottom sash to get to the screws holding the 90-115 keeper. We pulled up some instructions on sash removal to assist you with this process. Thanks for posting!

90-115 : Window Lock Keeper, 7/16
Window Lock Keeper, 7/16"
90-115
$2.07
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