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Cant put long thing together to attach to pond

I have a otter baby submersible pond,i cant fit the stem together cos i dont have instrutions.most of it fits,except top bit where water should shoot through.can you help.

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Contact the manufacturer or dealer for additional help and/or replacement of defective part(s).

The instructions often contains a help (technical assistance)number.

If the above do not help - return it to the dealer for a refund or exchange.

Hope this helps you :)

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