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If the court issued a judgment for a specific amount, then that is the only amount you owe, unless you contracted for additional work after the judgment was entered by the court.
The vendor cannot demand additional money, because a court will refuse to grant a second judgment on the same claim. This is barred by what is known as the doctrine of "res judicata" (latin for "already decided").
I would have to read your judgment to see if you are in compliance with the court orders. But, the short answer is that if the judgment states you must pay $X, then that is the only amount you must pay.
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