Searching for 9040105 Pella hardware

A quick learner says:

We just moved into a new home with Pella casement windows from the 1990s.

The roto operator has a finger and a catch that are worn out and the windows don't close well when almost closed - because the finger slips off the catch.

I'm looking for replacement mechanisms or alternate replacement parts.

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Casey from SWISCO responded:


Take a look and compare the specifications of your Pella operators to our 39-176 and 39-175 . As for the hinges, unfortunately, we only carry two types now, the 39-394 and 39-395 , as well as the 39-396 and 39-397

These hinges aren't very common anymore and these two options are the only types that we can get. If you can reuse the old hinge, I highly recommend that you continue to do so. Thanks for posting! 

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