Sliding top window

A quick learner from Gloucester City, NJ says:
I'm not sure what this part is that snapped on one side of the top window. The window slides down when it shouldn't. Not sure if it can be fixed or if we need to replace (hopefully not) before our home inspection next week. If it can be fixed, can you point us in the right direction? Please help
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

This piece is called a pivot bar. It connects the pivot shoe (which looks like our 15-087) to the window sash. See if our 26-040 or 26-063 match what you need.

A quick learner from Gloucester City, NJ says:
How do I get the pieces out?
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

For the piece embedded in the sash, watch the first video below. For the piece stuck in the cam of the pivot shoe, see if you could use a pair of pliers to get it out. Otherwise, you may need to remove or possibly even replace the pivot shoe. See the second video below.

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