Weathershield operator.

A quick learner from Grafton, WI says:
Window was installed in 1990. It is a center drive, it has two arms on it.
I don't need the crank but would like everything elso.
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

We'd be happy to help but we would need to see the operator with the window open so that the arms that move the sash are fully visible. Thank you! 

A quick learner from Grafton, WI says:
Hi Casey:
Here are two photos of the arm and one of the opener assmbly.
My friend told me to just pop off the cover - its one casting like the video shows.
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Take a look and compare the 39-348 awning operator, which uses the 39-348  shoe stud, to your original assembly. Thank you!

Connecting a casement window operator to stud bracket
Connecting a casement window operator to stud bracket
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