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Coleman Evcon Heater drain tube backup

For the past couple of days, every time my heater
turns on, water comes up from the floor by the drain tube. Is this clogged, frozen, etc? There appears to be sand deep down in this tube - could this be going directly into the ground?

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Has to be clogged or frozen must get drain open or will shut down furnace

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