Part for Certainteed awning windows

A quick learner from Marmora NJ says:
Looking for the black piece in the pictures. It is for Certainteed awning windows. It slides up and down in a track when you open and close the windows.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

This piece is unfortunately not available by itself. You will need an all new hinge.

I recommend the 36-048. This should work well for you as long as you replace the top and bottom at the same time. The video below goes into more detail.

A quick learner from Marmora NJ says:
My window is an awning window. You recommended the 36-048 but the video is showing a casement window. Is this the same part for awning windows?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I've known some window installers who put the 36-048 (and casement hinges in general) on awning windows. They're not technically supposed to work that way, but window companies still do it and it usually works fine.

A quick learner from Marmora NJ says:
What is the difference between part number 36-048 and part number 36-004-10?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

They more or less do the same job, but the 36-004-10 is stainless steel. The 36-048 has a powder-coated finish that resists corrosion, but that's its only protection.

If you'd prefer stainless steel then the 36-004-10 would work just fine. I didn't see any particular issue with corrosion on your old hinge so I didn't think to recommend it.

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