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Sounds like the backlight is turned all the way down. Did you try to restart (or even reset: Hold down the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button simultaneously for 10+ seconds, this will cause a reset)? If this don't work, it may be a hardware problem, and a visit to the Apple Store may be a good idea.
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i don't know if this will work for you. I had the same problem with mine and i read somewhere that u need to either blow really hard in the bottom where you connect the sync cable or use a can of compressed air and it will clear dust off the place where the brightness is hooked up to the motherboard. After blowing put iPod in sleep mode for about 5 minutes and then turn back on. If there is no light then go to settings>backlight and then make it go all the way up. Might Work
Most of the time this is the LCD panel itself - it has built in LEDs around the edges of the screen that light it up. A simple swap out of the LCD is what will solve this. Email me if you need this done.