Forget the remote and treat yorself to a pair of Dr. Scholl's memory fit insoles, much cheaper than a new remote and great excerise for those long listening sessions
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There's always the Weemote. http://www.weemote.com/products.html . That's only got a few buttons. If you want something a bit more ordinaly looking, but still with an InfraRed signal strength that like literally allow you to bounce the beam off of walls (meaning you don't have to point it directly at your gear) consider one of the Home Theater Master remotes. The MX-500 is pretty popular and affordable. http://www.remotecentral.com/mx500/ If you don't even need the features of the MX-500, there's the SL-9000. http://www.remotecentral.com/sl9000/index.html . There are the remote control workhorse of the aftermarket learning remote world.
There is an excellent "remotes forum" at www.remotecentral.com. You may also find a direct replacement or a simple learning remote at www.remotes.com, which is the website for 1-800-remotes.
1-800-remotes is the place many retailers use when they need a remote to replace a lost or damaged unit before selling there used/demo equipment.
BTW, the Weemote mentioned earlier is not a good choice. It is an excellent concept, designed to allow your young children to only watch the TV channels you program into the remote, but the user interface is horrible. I have a computer repair and programming background and it was still very difficult to get it set up.