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The button itself may be bad. The plug end of the power cord may have a broken wire near the plug--repair with a common replacement plug from a home center or hardware store. An AC voltmeter would be a great help in finding the problem instead of just replacing parts until it works. Good luck!
Generally the power button has to be on first to put the TV in standby mode. If you cant do this no remote can ever work. Remotes are not capable of turning on a set that has no power mechanically turned off. and that is what the master switch does. once that standby light is off it is not live and consuming power and not under the control of a remote anymore
The GE universal remote #24914 works to change your Ilo tv from analog to digital and switch to vid1 or vid2 ect.... The code is in the book that comes with the remote. I use this remote myself. This remote can be bought at Target for under $10.
When you say the buttons "sometimes" lite up, do you mean just when they feel like it or only when you power it up or off? And is it making any noise when you power it up? If they're only working when you turn it on and then they go off, then you have a firmware problem and you need to have it re-flashed.. If they turn on and stay on, and it makes noises (like you can hear the keytones when ya press them) then it has got a bad LCD and that's a pretty inexpensive fix (check Ebay for a replacement screen)