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If they sold you an extended warranty, there is no right to cancel them unless the warranty contract gives you that right. You need to read the warranty, since most of them gives the consumer 30 days to cancel. Even though there is no legal right to cancel, if it is in the warranty contract it can be cancelled. However, many FL dealers if you go in and insist on canceling these warranties, will do so for the customer if they are a reputable dealer and if the customer comes in within 30 days of purchase. Otherwise, if you are outside of that time, they cannot be cancelled unless the contract specifies you can.