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The remote instructions show codes to use to set-up the remote. There is an extensive number of these codes and usually indexed according to TV's identity. It is easily done with that list provided by the remote manufacturer. Check their website, perhaps there is a PDF of the user guide with the codes.
The thing with buying used is you gamble with what the previous owner did to it. Try blowing into the receiver, the controller slot, wiping the sensors, basically cleaning all that's involved in connection. There may be dust or dirt or something interfering with the connection, as in not everything is getting connection.
You will need to check the wireless settings of the router is there any computer connected to the router ? If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. Router set up page is the page where you can check all the wireless settings of the router. Click here for step by step instructions
Select Menu > Settings > Display settings and then:
Backlight time—to set whether the backlights are switched on for 15 seconds (Normal), for 30 seconds (Extended), or not at all (Off). Even if Off is selected, the backlight stays on for 15 seconds when the phone is switched on.
It's the last line that worries me, though: if your "kid" has caused the backlight to FAIL, then you're faced with no backlight, or a repair/replacement bill!