A: Hi there,
Sorry to hear that you're experiencing some solar swindle which sounds very frustrating. It's a very broad question, but yes, you likely have a recourse despite the contract(s) you may have signed.
Contact a consumer attorney to hear your rights.
A: Many car buyers get talked into buying an extended warranty they didn't want or need by a car salesperson who earns a commission by selling it. They then get home, do their research and learn that these are rarely worth the money.
Unfortunately, there's not enough information to answer your question but generally, yes-you should be able to cancel your warranty. You'll need to read the fine print for the cancellation process, which may allow you only a certain amount of time (30-60 days) to do so. You likely need to send something in writing.
A: The buyer has the option to demand repair or replacement for violations of California's Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, the "lemon law." It is a violation, subject to limitations, for a warranteed product to be out of service for 30 days or more. You should contact an experienced attorney to help you handle this expensive and, I'm sure, stressful situation.