There are a few questions you need to answer before you make threats against your landlord or get outside agencies involved.
#1 Do the items you have identified work, but not to your satisfaction?
#2. Are the items you consider in need of repair are a health and welfare issue?
Once you have made a determination about the repairs, you should write a dated and signed letter to your landlord and give it to them. Handing it to them is evidence that they received the repair request.
You would want to keep a couple of the letter as well as the date you gave it to your landlord.
this will be sufficient and holdup in court in the event a court action is necessary.
Giving your landlord a date to complete the repairs, might not be a great idea. It might take your landlord time to locate a repair person that would agree to make the repairs and at the cost the landlord is willing to pay.
There are state laws that govern this, you need not add a time frame confusing the matter.
Sending the letter by certified receipt might not work. Your landlord might not sign for the letter. This is t he same as not receiving it.
You might want to check up on the process weekly of the repairs. Make and keep a record of the times you ask your landlord about the process and the time frame in which you can expect the repairs to be completed.
If within a 30 -45 day period your landlord has not responded to your letter or verbal inquiries, you might want to write another letter, referencing the first letter and the verbal inquiries as to the process of the repairs. You might also include in this letter that you since the repairs are yet repaired and not satisfied response has been made, you consider this a breach of the lease you signed and would take the necessary action to remedy the situation of which one of the options would e to move within 30 days if th repairs are not completed.
You might want to contact the local tenant landlord agency to find out any options you would have under the state laws of your state concerning landlord repairs.
If you decide to take court action against your landlord, you have the documentation to back up your claim of communication.
You might also communicate these letters ia email or text.Judges are now accepting these forms of communication as evidence. The have a date and time stamped on the communication.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.