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Model #232

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Keller Awnings 2-1/2 in. Silver Right-Hand Cast Metal Awning Window Operator

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Price:
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Product Overview

This right-hand awning window operator is made of aluminum and zinc die cast. Finished in silver color. It fits awning-type windows manufactured by Air Control, Keller and P.G.T.
  • Vertical orientation
  • Aluminum zinc die cast material
  • Silver color finish
  • For right-hand awning-type windows manufactured by air control, keller and P.G.T. awning windows

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Operator typeAwningAwningAwningAwning
FinishSILVERSilverSilverSILVER
MaterialCast MetalCast MetalCast MetalCast Metal
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Specifications

Dimensions

Arm length (in.)
2.375
Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
5.75
Product Length (in.)
5.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1.8125 in

Details

Brand Compatibility
KELLER AWNING WINDOWS
Builders Hardware Product Type
Window Operator
Finish
SILVER
Finish Family
Silver Metallic
Material
Cast Metal
Operator type
Awning
Orientation
Vertical
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day
Window Repair Type
Awning Operators

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 DAYS

Questions & Answers

1Questions2Answers

Does this Barton crank work with Pan am windows

Asked by WolverIan December 7, 2018
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Answers

Absolutely,you'll find that you can also switch from left to right hand operation if a new situation has risen over time.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 18 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Barton Kramer products are very versatile in the respect that you can use them on multiple applic...
Barton Kramer products are very versatile in the respect that you can use them on multiple applications with other competitors windows. Although, I admit, it is not recommended to do so, over the years I've discovered that by modifying the window frame in one way or another you can make older windows work again!
by dgw2011
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It works as expected, the person in the store was...
It works as expected, the person in the store was very helpful to find the correct one for me, likely I had the old one to show him.
by Ballinoski
Perfect replacement
Very oleased with this product. Installation was simple and it's a perfect match in tems of replacing the old unit
by Mike
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Matched what I needed perfectly...
Matched what I needed perfectly
by Matt
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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It is the wrong part for my window. May I...
It is the wrong part for my window. May I return it?
by Judy
I rated this product a 3 because it does not come with all parts necessary - you have to reuse th...
I rated this product a 3 because it does not come with all parts necessary - you have to reuse the screws and connector to the mechanism. These are manufactured with the hole spacings varying in small increments. Most of the choices are on a display, but you have to know the side of the window (Rt or Lft) and the relationship of the holes. Take the old one of you can. Note that you have to unscrew the handle part from the mechanism - but no replacement screw is provided, so either buy one or save the old one. You will probably need to apply penetrating oil to back the screw out of the hole as it will probably be rusty on the exposed end. Once the old crank is removed, the replacement goes in fairly easily. Fasten the working arm first (careful, don't drop the screw), then the screws into the window frame. Start all 3 a few turns, then tighten them a few turns each in order. Be careful not to overtighten them. Adjust the handle to the position you want it to rest in, then tighten that set screw and you are done.
by painter
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