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Truth Entrygard Dual Arm Casement Operator SS Arms (4-7/16 short arm)
    Truth Entrygard Dual Arm Casement Operator SS Arms (4-7/16 short arm)
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    Truth Entrygard Dual Arm Casement Operator SS Arms (4-7/16 short arm)

    $85.31 Each Fasteners Not Included
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      Overview

      • The arms on this operator are made from stainless steel.
        • Stainless steel resists rust, however, it will accumulate rust stains if not cared for properly, especially in coastal areas which have salt air.
        • Proper care includes occasional cleaning of the arm surfaces.
        • A light coat of wax will help keep the salt in the air from causing rust stains.
        • Rust stains can be removed with a mild abrasive like Bar Keepers Friend or polishing compound.
      • This operator is identical to our SKU 800158 (Right Hand) or our SKU 800156 (Left Hand) except that the arms are made of stainless steel material.
      • It is also identical to Truth's model 15.10 operator, except that it has stainless steel arms.
      • Plastic cover & crank handle sold seperately
      Amesbury Truth
      15.14.00
      Steel
      Casement Windows
      4 - 7/16"
      9"
      2 - 1/8" X 5"
      No
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      1 Question asked about Truth Entrygard Dual Arm Casement Operator SS Arms (4-7/16 short arm)

      Q June Park • 11/28/2018, 12:13:24 PM Do you sell parts? I need the threaded screw that turns the wheels of the cranking mechanism.
      A 11/29/2018, 8:33:35 AM Hi June! The gears of the operator aren't going to be a part that's available individually. You would need to replace the entire operator most likely. If you'd like to send us a photo of the window operator to [email protected] someone should be able to assist you.