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The screen flashed and die really easily.

The screen flashes and dies really easily. It works fine but its hard to see what im choosing.

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You need to go to Settings, [on the iPod] then go to Brightness. Mess with that and see what you like. I, personally, like my screen to be at 25%.
If that's not the problem, try going to Backlight in Settings. It gives you choices or Off, 2 secs, 5 secs, 10 secs, 20 secs, 30 secs and Always On.
Another issue that I've had is when I'm turning my iPod on from the Sleep option. The screen flashes and turns black when I do this. If you press the Menu button or any of the other options on the Scroll Wheel.
If that doesn't help you with your problems, then I probably haven't had them and suggest that you Google your issue.
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