Window Crank Mechanism

A quick learner from Philadelphia Area says:

This one is broke.

I'd like to replace it.

Not exactly sure if it is considered right hand or left hand but I would one of each because I have a matching twin matching window right next to it that has the opposite type of crank.

That one isn't broken, I'd just replace it.

Please let me know if you can help.

Thank You Michael R 

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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hi, Michael.

This looks like an older version of the 39-091 and 39-092 ROTO operators. Review our dimensions and compare them to yours to see if this matches your original assembly. These operators use the 39-224 folding handle. The link arm that attaches the operator to the sash was discontinued by Roto and is no longer available, however. I apologize for any inconvenience. 

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