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I am not sure if you received my prior response.
In any event, you have several options.
First, you must send the landlord (and/or the management company) a dated letter by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by registered mail, outlining the needed repairs. Thereupon, your landlord is legally obligated to make a diligent effort to repair the problem within a reasonable time after receipt of the notice. The law presumes seven days to be a reasonable time. If the landlord has not made a diligent effort to complete the repair within seven days and you did not have the first notice letter delivered to your landlord via certified mail, return receipt requested, or via registered mail, you will need to send a second notice letter regarding the needed repairs.
If the landlord still has not made diligent efforts to repair the problem within a reasonable time after receipt of the notice letter sent by certified mail, return receipt requested or by registered mail, you may be entitled to terminate the lease, repair the problem and deduct the cost from your rent, or get a court to order that the repairs be made.
We recommend consulting a local landlord/tenant attorney to protect your rights and interests.