I need new operator for my Weathershield window

A quick learner from Lake Villa Illinois 60046 says:
My operator has a # on the back. It is 45002.The hardware is made by Truth.....
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

See our 39-348 to start. Go over the dimensions and let me know if you think this matches what you need.

A quick learner from Illinois says:
I seem to have the same opener with the same type of installation. I was going to get the 39-348's, but could use some help understanding the best way to remove the existing operator. Can you please provide some guidance on this?
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

See the first video below that shows how to remove an awning operator. While it's a different style, the principles should remain the same. Note that it's possible you may need to remove some of the sill trim to get at the mounting holes on the operator. See the second video below for details as to how to do this. This video deals with a casement window operator, but the sill trim procedure is the same.

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