Water will condense in the inside unit of the air conditioner. This is because the coils in the unit get cold (ad expected) and moisture in the air condenses on them like moisture on a cold glass. There should be a drain inside the unit to drain this water. Check that it isn't clogged.
When air is cooled the water in it comes out (like mist forming on the outside of a class filled with cold coke) and this happens in the air conditioner. Normally the dripping water is drained way to the outside (or a drain) by a pipe. If the pipe gets blocked the water will overflow and the conditioner will leak water - get it serviced.
Nothing. It is water and it's supposed to do that.
The condensate drain on the a-coil should have a trap and the trap should be vented for proper operation .
No, the freon is in a sealed piping system. The water dripping outside is most likely due to condensation. Plus, freon is a gas under normal atmospheric conditions.
re-level the unit,and/or clean the coil
As the unit cools the Air, the air is less able to hold moisture. This excess moisture is Condensed into liquid water on the cooling coils (Condenser Unit). A drain pan is required to catch the dripping water and channel it away.
Sounds like: 1. The "drip pipe" (condensate drain) is blocked, or 2. The chiller unit is not working - because chilled air gives up its humidity, "dripping" (condensation) is a sign that the chiller unit is actually chilling the air and producing water - the "drips".
I. Hope so because my window conditioner use to drip but recently has stopped dripping but most likely it is not good if the unit does not drip.
Central Unit ended in 2011.
No, The refrigerant within the system is on the inside of the pipes and the water condensing on the coils from the moisture in the homes air and running out of the drain is on the outside of the pipes.