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I found a hint in one of my books that CIs were described in the paper Shrout and Fleiss (1979), which your linked Sample 25031 refers to. I googled for it (search terms: Shrout Fleiss 1979 "Intraclass correlations") and the very first link in the results led to a PDF scan of the article. It looks like combining a simple formula on p. 426 and complicated formulas on p. 424 might yield the CI you're looking for. So, if you're familiar with the parameters used in those formulas, you should be able to compute the confidence limits. The relevant F quantiles can be calculated using the FINV or QUANTILE function, as you probably know.
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