Need to replace several of these setups

A quick learner from Rathdrum, Idaho says:
Hello,
We have a house built in 93 using Truth hardware for our casement windows. Many have stripped handles, and others need the entire setup replaced. Any chance you can ID this without me removing it? My husband is about to be out of town and I'm trying to get some repairs planning done without making things worse. :/

Thank you!
Courtney
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

I would recommend starting by comparing the dimensions shown on the 39-022 and 39-023  to your original operators. You'll also need to confirm that yours uses the same roller at the end of the arm to ride on the track at the bottom of the window sash. 

As for the handles, see the 39-114L standard or 39-205 folding handle. Thank you! 

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