jalousie window likely stripped crank

A home owner from FL says:

These jalousie windows are from the late 70's. I would like to replace the crank and get them working again

Mack

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Hello there. I believe we can help, but if the crank handle had stripped, then the whole mechanism should be replaced. We can likely provide a new operator, but I need to see the entire mechanism, including the link arm, out of the window. Specifically, I need a view of the rear of the operator to see the hole pattern on the top and bottom tabs, as well as a view of the link arm with the hole at the end. From there I'll do my best to find what you need. 

A home owner from FL says:

attached are the images you requested

Mack

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for these photos. Start by reviewing our 39-025, 39-061, or 39-278. Look over all the pictures and dimensions of these operators and see which of these matches what you need.

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