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You can probably get an original remote here: remotes.com It sounds a lot like you have either an analog signal on a ATSC input or vice versa and this would also prevent audio from being properly processed.
So this is a remote for the tv? and does the wii have rca cables still or do you have the single cable that screws in or pushes on? if it has the rca cables the red white and red wires then you should plug those in and on the controller press the TV/Video button. and can you turn the channel to channel 3 for the wii? let me know if this helps if not i can help more.
The backlight has gone (Find a dark place and shine a torch into the screen and see if you can see an image in the background, if you see an image then the backlight has gone) - Needs a new backlight (Engineer to remove and fit) or have a new panel fitted.
I believe that this is an LCD projection TV. I haven not worked on this model of set, therefore I will comment genericaly.
There is probably dust accumulation, or maybe a problem in the optical path, or a problem with the lamp. The set would have to be checked for this type of fault to begin with. There are other types of conditions that can cause what is known as shading problems, but are mor rare than what I descibed.