Can anyone identify this lock please.

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    Hi all.
    Double glazed conservatory circa mid 90's. Lock has gone and it's in two parts a separate gearbox and barrel. The multipoint parts are GU but I can't find the gearbox anywhere. Any suggestions welcome. Even the name and model would be a huge help.
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    If no success with footprints’ link, then try a local locks and hardware supply shop, and take it with you,
     
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    Well its a GU lock , and by the looks of it a Tilt and Slide patio door . I'll be honest , good luck finding it as I've searched for various tilt and slide parts over the years , and trying to locate the exact part from doors made in the 90's is getting harder and harder

    try these people https://upvcspares4repairs.co.uk/up...tilt-and-slide-patio-parts-handles-locks.html as well as handles and hinges ( link above )
     
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