Question regarding casement window springs

A quick learner from usa says:
After removing the putty, I did not find any springs. There are holes as pictured below in the metal frame that I believe hold springs that the diy videos indicate I need to hold the pane of glass. Do you sell the springs, what do they look like, and how are they placed to secure the pane of glass?
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

Take a look at the 57-102 glazing springs used in steel metal windows. These have an extension at the end of each leg. One goes into the hole in the side of the frame and the other rests against the glass to hold it in place. Take note that you should back bed the glass in the frame. You could either run a bead of caulking or use some of the glazing compound to prevent the glass from laying on the bare metal frame.

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