OP 057810 window crank

A handy person from Ajax, Ontario says:
Looking for window crank, the handle pulls out of the mechanism, can I just replace the crank or does the entire assembly require replacement?
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

Could you show us the entire operator that this handle connects to, including the arms that move the window sash in and out? That will help us determine your best replacement option. Thank you!

A handy person from Ajax, Ontario says:
Here you go, two different length arms on the mechanism depending on the size of the window
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Great! Take a look at the single-arm and dual-arm Roto operators we've related for you and see how the dimensions compare to your original hardware. 

Both of these sets of operators work with our 39-114L and folding 39-205 handles but it looks like you'll need to replace the entire operator to repair the one using the handle form your original post since the worm gear that holds the handle to the base appears to have broken off. Thank you!

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