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I suspect you are seeing rust streaks rather than oil. Is it a rusty brown color?
In the diagram at the link below, do you see rust color around the bottom of number 13? Any holes or cracks in it once when 16 is removed?
Okay, so there is moisture in the door that has caused that rusting. It is probably from condensation. The insulation tends to break down over time and can create pockets where moisture can build.
There is a not really much that can be done as the insulation is a blown in type. The door can be replaced, but if it is still available, it will not be inexpensive. Would you like information for the door assembly?
You could use silicone around the edges, but it won't stop the rusting, it will just allow the rusty water to pool in the door. The water may find its way out at the bottom or it may remain inside the door.
The door is available at about $250 but you would likely need more than just the door once you get it apart, so I would "Band Aid" it until it is replaced.
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