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Does the lease include in its terms the major appliances? Are there other issues besides the appliances?
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Every lease carries with it the right to quiet enjoyment of the premises in exchange for the rent.
If the landlord's failure to maintain the premises is interfering with the use and habitability of the leased premises then you can sue for breach. In the course of the suit you may be able to leverage an early termination with the return of all deposits.
A riskier way is to move out now and declare the lease terminated due to "constructive eviction". In other words, the action or inaction of the landlord has made the premises unhabitable and you are forced to move out.
You still have to sue and the risk is that the court finds the premises WAS habitable and you end up being liable for breach.
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