Window crank

A home owner from Florida says:
Looking for replacement window cranks for old aluminum windows
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

We may be able to help but we will need to see a picture of the entire operator, including the arms that move the window sash in and out, to compare to our inventory. Thank you!

A home owner from Florida says:
Follow up photos to identify these cranks. 1970's house but patent states 1964 inside of crank mechanism
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

I've related some operators with a similar hole pattern to yours to get you started but, unfortunately, I can't narrow them down any further without seeing the operator uninstalled so that the arm that moves the sash is visible, as well as knowing the exact dimensions of your operator. 

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