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Hi, I am getting that too today... nothing wrong, just a very. very humid day....
Here is a tip about troubleshooting your air conditioner...
There are many things that can cause your air conditioner not to cool...
That's a cool mist, like a fog. It's not smoke and occurs when the outside humidity is extremely high. Be sure the air intake filter is clean and if it continues for a long time, raise the temperature setting of the AC a couple of degrees and allow it to run, until the mist clears. It harmless, so don't worry about it.
That is the sound of the oxygen separating from the nitrogen as it very quickly turns to vapor. The spluttering is also the larger droplets exploding into smaller droplets and going through the same separating process until the droplet is completely vaporised.
Yes there is a problem the primary drain is clogged up with crud an your aux. drain pan is full and draining through the emergency drain line
FIND THE OUTLET OF THE PRIMARY DRAINLINE SHOVE A WATER HOSE IN IT TURN IT ON AND COUNT TO 10 AND PULL THE HOSE OUT WATER WILL COME OUT THEN LOTS OF SLIME THEN YOU ARE DONE REPEAT THIS PROCESS ONCE EVERY 3 WEEKS DURING THE SUMMER
It sounds like the unit is either level or tilted down in the front, not allowing the water to run to the back of the ac and the blower wheel is picking the water up and blowing it into the room.
You need to put a level on it and lower the back of the ac so the water the coil removes can run to the back of the unit and that should solve your problem.
It is probably freezing up and then thawing. Try cleaning the filters and running it at a higher temperature for a while. If it goes away then you are finished. If it does not go away you may need to bring it to a service center to have the refrigerant levels checked.