If the seller neglected some functional issues in the home, is he responsible for these problems after closing?

Question Details: The oven and gas line to it were red tagged. We bought a new range and a new line. 539 for the range before taxes. The furnace wasn't working. Mind you we've had an inspection. The fridge leaks in the front, the dryer outlet has no power whatsoever. Also, the heater exhaust was rigged with PVC pipe. It should be metal combustion exhaust. The inspectors have been coming by to fix things if it's small. Still no dryer 10 days after closing. I keep seeing water stains on the tile. I'm getting more and more upset. What if my family of 3 don't wake up in the morning?

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