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Hello, different expert here...
Unfortunately the answer is no, you can't cancel the contract because it has been completed once the tub was installed. If it was in the process and hadn't been installed yet, you could have cancelled and paid the fee. But once the tub was put in, it is yours and you can't change your mind and have them come uninstall the tub and refund your money. If there were problems with the unit itself, you would have a claim against the manufacturer under any warranty. But if it needs more hot water than you have and it might possibly get mold in it if it wasn't cleaned properly, those are issues that would have needed to be resolved before it was actually installed.
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