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Quick start instructions for model F5D8233-4v3

I require start instructions for model F5D8233-4v3. Received a new modem from my cable company and can't seem to run it thru the router without the quick start instructions. I still have the Belkin installation CD.

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Check out the Belkin FAQ and troubleshooting guides on the website.
http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/product/detail/p/331

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