Plygem Casement Lock

A home owner from Kaneohe, HI says:

Hello,

I need to determine the correct replacement for a Plygem casement lock as noted in the photos above. The lock cannot be fully engaged, as noted in the photo showing the latch 3/4 of the way down. The actual lock bar mechanism is intact. I do not have any other information other than what appears in the photos. I appreciate your help.

Keith

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Hello, Keith. We unfortunately don't sell a good match for this lock, but we sell a few that are similar. Our 38-095 and 38-096 , specifically. The design for these is a little different compared to your original but they are our best possible options. Look them over and see what you think.

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Alternate view of 38-095

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Side view of 38-096

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