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TIO

January 09, 6:55 PM [GMT -5]

Did not do project yet but wanted to know if the arms come with the crank or do you have to order them separately. And the cost is for 1 window listed in this project at 20-100 dollars.

October 25, 9:41 PM [GMT -5]

I have a house that was built in 1916. The house is very big and beautiful.
The windows in the house use the Casement Window Crank Operator. The
problem is that the crank operator is located under the window sil inside the
wall and I don't know how to replace a broken operator without removing the
entire window. Does anybody know how to replace the broken crank operator
in an old house such as I have described?

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