Window Crank Handle

A home owner from Wilson, WY says:
I am looking for the two parts shown in the photos that make up the window crank handle. On the inner plastic part the numbers P-1274-200 and R and 77BH are written.
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

We'd be happy to help but we would need you to open the window and show us the arms of the operator that move the window sash to determine which handle and cover options would be compatible. Thank you! 

A home owner from Wilson, WY says:
Here are some photos. Let me know if this is enough information
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for getting back to us. It looks like you may have the 39-392 Pella operator shown below. If so. see the 39-404 folding handle and cover used with this assembly. 

Dimensions for 39-392
Dimensions for 39-392

39-404 with handle in open position.
39-404 with handle in open position.

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