WINDOW CRANK REPLACEMENT PARTS

A home owner from Chula Vista, CA says:
I do not see any names, numbers or markings. These crank devices are attached to steel framed windows in a house built in 1951. Hoping you can identify the devices and help me find replacements. There are 7 right-hand and 7 left-hand devices on the windows of the house.
Thank you.

Brad
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A home owner from Chula Vista, CA says:
We are also looking for replacement closing/locking mechanisms for the same windows. I will post a photo or two of these.

Thank you, again.

Brad
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hi, Brad.

Start by taking a look at our 39-001 & 39-002 operators along with the 38-001 locking handle. Carefully look over the dimensions for each and compare them to yours to see if these match what you need.

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