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Not the best idea. We had one in our garage where it got cold but not that awful cold. Not a good idea unless you want to take a chance.If the unit shuts down for a long time because of the cold the system could freeze or seize up.

Woods Upright... | Answered on Feb 06, 2017


i could be wrong, but, look along the bottom of the door to see if the seal is tight to the frame......if there is an air gap it is causing the floor to freeze the cold air....

Woods Upright... | Answered on Feb 29, 2016


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.

Woods Upright... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014


I am going to guess that it might be the fan and it is binding or has come loose and it hitting something.

Woods Upright... | Answered on Jul 13, 2014


Mop up the water and do not leave it so long before you defrost....

Woods Upright... | Answered on Jun 23, 2014


most freezers use magnets to keep the doors closed

Woods Upright... | Answered on May 26, 2014


There is water accumulation at the bottom under the basket it forms a thick piece of Ice that we have to break in order to remove it every second day what can I do ..

Woods Upright... | Answered on May 05, 2014


Put more coins in the electric meter! lol

Check socket with working desk lamp

Check fuse in freezer plug

Woods Upright... | Answered on Apr 10, 2014


His idea makes sense. If the noise stops sometimes, then pretty much that is it, especially if the noise is near the top of the freezer and not down below. Unfortunately some fans are hard to get to. Best of luck.

Woods Upright... | Answered on Dec 09, 2013


searspartdirect.com you need the model # to order it

Woods Upright... | Answered on Nov 15, 2013


You need to take the door panel off

Woods Upright... | Answered on Oct 19, 2013


More than likely you have a clogged drain. This occurs when the machine goes into defrost and the melted ice somehow is prevented from draining and therefor refreezing and blocking the drain for the next defrost cycle. The best way to resolve this is to unplug the machine for atleast 24-48 hours to let all ice melt. Also note on the maytags these days they put a rubber piece called a duck bill on the bottom half of the drain which will also cause this over time. To access this piece you'll have to pull the machine from the wall and remove the lower panel and find the plastic drain and remove the duck bill

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jason_4570d45317834dd3

Woods Upright... | Answered on Apr 27, 2012

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