Pivot Bar ID

A quick learner from Naples, Maine says:

I have MW double hung windows that are 20 years old. One of the windows no longer stays up (it slams down). I took out the window and one of the parts on the side of the sash is broken. Pictures of the one on the other side are attached. I need to get this part replaced. Do you have it? Will I need to replace the sash? Also, is there a video or instruction somewhere that shows me how to do it? Thanks! Ron

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Hey Ron. This looks a lot like our 26-355 Pivot Bracket. See if you agree. The video below shows how to replace pivot bars in a tilt window. While it's not the same type you have, the principles should be the same. 

How to replace a window pivot bar
How to replace a window pivot bar
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