I have a Woods refrigerator
Hi Linda. We have the identical model of Woods all-fridge and experienced this problem several times over the course of several months. Hopefully this is still timely.The short answer is that the clear flexible-plastic drain tube that runs from the inside rear of the fridge down to the catch tray (underneath the cabinet, next to the floor, behind the kick-plate) is sufficiently plugged (with some kind of gunk, probably from a spill inside the fridge) to cause a back-up. I suppose the inner diameter of the tube is maybe 3/16" so it can easily get clogged. Consequently, the water runs down the inside back of the fridge & eventually ends up in the depressions below the crispers. In our case, after those depressions filled (and I hadn\'t noticed), the water would run out onto the floor.Initially, I used a fine wire to poke some of the gunk out of the tube but I didn\'t get it all out. Just enuff to let some of the water get thru, but the tube would plug up again. After a few repeats of the problem, separated by a month or 2 each time, I decided a more "drastic" tube cleaning was required.I suppose a good strong compressed air blast might clear the tube completely, but I didn\'t have that available so I had to use a semi-flexible wire & sorta gunk out the tube. It\'s been about 1.5 yrs. since that more thorough tube cleaning & the problem hasn\'t come back, so I think the tube got plugged from a spill in the fridge (which thankfully hasn\'t re-occurred... yet). BTW, I don\'t have the manual either, but the lower part of the tubing is accessible from behind the fridge. I didn\'t pull it completely out (which might have disconnected it from its fitting), I simply reamed it out while it was in-place.Hope this has been of some help to you.Norm.