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I have the same model that quit working with its remote or any programmable one a found a solution here on FixYa. Turn off the TV and unplug it. Hold the power button on the TV for 10 seconds then plug the TV back in. My remote worked again by doing this.
If google and manufacturer website are of no help then ask a search agency like http://manualfox.com/remote.htm - They do a great job. The service is not for free, but often worthy (you only pay if they find what you are asking for).
I had the same issue with my Sharp Aquos 52 inch LCD TV. I called Sharp. The tech had me unplug my TV, take the batteries out of the remote (TV remote not cable) and press all buttons on the remote (including the buttons under the flip top at the bottom of the remote). I did this, put the batteries back in and plugged in the tv and everything worked. I had gone 4 months having to use the surround sound for volume and turning the TV on and off by hand. This took 2 minutes to fix.
Are you sure it is the remote that has stopped working? If you get something like a camera phone and put it over the LED on the remote and press the buttons (with the phone in camera mode) the camera will pick up the infered signal from the remote. This will rule out if it is the TV or remote.
If you get the infered signal then your TV is faulty (possibly a main pcb fault) if you dont then it is your remote. Which as far as I am award you can not reprogram, but you can get them from places on the internet (search on google) for a couple of 10 pound.