Question about Generic Intex 26 x 52" Ultra Frame Metal-Walled Swimming Pool

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Bought new pool and the ladder has the wrong legs one set of steps is inverted and dangerous to climb. Pool also needs a tubing from pool to filter machine. Just bought 26" Intex on Walmart.com

When I assembled the pool the ladder had one set of steps that work fine but the back side is inverted due to the wrong poles being sent with pool. Also pool needs tubing from pool to filter machine. How do I get these missing pieces?

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Sounds like a warranty calm back to manufacturer...

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