Window operator & latch

A quick learner from Florida says:
Do you have replacements for these two parts?
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Lauren from SWISCO responded:

Hello, thank you for posting! 

For the window lock, please review the 38-095 , 38-096 , 38-138 and 38-139 multi-point locks. You will need to remove your current lock to compare the dimensions and the projection of the fork.

For the casement operator, take a look at our 39-253LB & 39-253RB or the 39-438B & 39-439B operators, along with the video below that will help you choose the appropriate replacement.


How to Replace a Multi-Point Lock on a Casement Window [1080p]
How to Replace a Multi-Point Lock on a Casement Window [1080p]
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How to open a casement window that has a broken lock
How to open a casement window that has a broken lock
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Anatomy of a casement window
Anatomy of a casement window
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How to Replace a 2-Bar Hinge Set on a Casement Window
How to Replace a 2-Bar Hinge Set on a Casement Window
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How to Orient a Dual-Arm Operator
How to Orient a Dual-Arm Operator
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Comparing the 39-253LB & 39-438B Operators
Comparing the 39-253LB & 39-438B Operators
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