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This looks like a door out of alignment to me, and it's just minor enough to only take a slight change in pressure to release the bottom corner's seal. The screws holding the door's current alignment tend to be concealed by the gasket. So you pull the gasket back to reveal the screws, loosen them all around the door, pull the top corner out to change the ...
Before going out and buying new rubber seals, simply extend the fridge front legs about one inch, tipping the fridge back so that the doors will swing shut by gravity. This will solve your problem.
You'll want something like this Pex 25-Foot Ice Maker Connector, which uses 1/4" compression fittings at each end. Except you won't use the compression nut, instead you'll just push the end of the tube into the push connector on the valve.
This video shows basic assembly of small compression fittings. The only things I would add: the ferrule (whether plastic or brass) is indeed a "single use" item, as mentioned by @Tyson and @Ed Beal you can use a brass ferrule on plastic tubing, but not a plastic ferrule on copper tubing the video says to tighten a single turn past hand tight. I say tighten ...
The tube comes in through the fridge into the filter system pull the filter and one screw and the hole tube can be removed.
I had to test this myself when 'gluing' an aluminum mounting plate to a stainless steel door. No 'glue' or epoxy that I tried worked under a repeated freeze / heat cycle test. What did work was RTV silicone rubber. Your chioce of colors. If the stress is too much for this application, 2-part epoxies designed for wide temperature range might work. Over-build ...
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