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Well there may be a setting on the MP3/4 player that you can change the delay on the screen backlight staying lit for. Rummage around the settings for such a thing. If you can't find anything, some more information on what type of MP3/MP4 player it is would be helpful.
Possibly the batter may have gone dead. How long have you had the MP3 player? If maybe it hasn't been used in a while how was it stored? Cold? Heat? Lots of moisture. But really if it is old most likely then it can't hold a charge anymore. Thing to try is just buying another battery and see if it will work and if that doesn't work well, say goodbye to the MP3 maybe unless you know of a place that can fix the internals.