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after changing the batteries make sure you didn't change the remote code. If you didn't there should be a reset button inside the battery compartment, it may just look like a small hole. Just use a toothpick and insert it into the hole and lightly depress the reset switch.Replace the battery cover and try using the remote again.
Some ceiling fans have jumpers that can be moved to select a different frequency but you have to be sure both the remote and the fan receiver are set the same. Other than that, you may have to use some creative control. For example, I can turn on my TV by pointing the remote at the wall opposite the TV
I'm sure you can buy a new remote for that fan, but you will have to access the remote reciever in the fan itself so that you can get the switch sequence so that you can match it with the remote you purchased, it should work fine.
P.S. Dont tear the hell out of the package just in case you have to return the remote. I find the easiest way is to cut the plastic package close to the cardboard on three sides with a box cutter.
If you have the intelitouch system, It's probably the circuit board in the fan. Casablanca has great motors but touchy boards. I ordered mine from www.fanmanlighting.com and installed it myself, it wasn't too difficult. Hope this helps