1992 W250 fuel leak

I'm leaking fuel from above the heater element that sets above the fuel filter, has anyone removed this heater before. The only thing I see that holds it on is the shaft that the filter attaches to and it is slotted, I
just don't want to torque on something if there is more to the removal.
Thanks Chris
95 w250 4x4 extended cab 06 3500 4x4 4 door long bed....
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Disregard, I figured it out..... Chris

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Well, tell us what you found, please. So we will know what to look for when it's our turn.
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Sorry about that, I'm new to this newsgroup posting. There is a rubber seal that sets above the fuel heater that the fuel fitter attaches to. To replace, remove your fuel filter then using a wide blade screwdriver remove the threaded insert that the fuel filter attaches to, the heater will drop down, swap out the gasket ($1.90) and snug it back up. I probably wasted $20 in fuel putting off the repair for a 20 minute job. My seal was completely flat and hard so I would imagine most folks are by now, I bought the truck new and change the fuel filter every 15k or so, I will make sure to resnug this everytime from now on.
'92 250 4x4 CTD extended cab (160k on the odometer) Banks turbo upgrade installed a year ago. '06 3500 4x4 CTD quad cab longbed dually
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Thank you, that's good to know. I am much the same way, lose money putting off a 10 minute job.
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