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To fix the iPod Touch white screen of death the solution I've used is press in the sleep/wake button on the top left of the device, and the big circular home button on the front face on the bottom. Do this for roughly 10 or more seconds and the device should shut down/off. Give if a moment and then restart the device. If this doesn't work you can always try to restore it using iTunes. But be warned, this may wipe your files off your iPhone.
1: the power source (computer, wall charger, whatever you're using to charge)
2: your iTouch
If you have a second charger, or car charger, or can borrow a friend's charger, try using that first. If you're able to get the green "Charging" battery with an alternate charger, then your iTouch is fine and you just need a new (cheap!) charger for it.
If your iTouch still doesn't charge with a known-good charger, then your best bet is to find the closest Apple Store and take it in for testing there. When my iTouch stopped connecting to WiFi networks, they tested it to verify the problem and handed me a new replacement on the spot.
Take you iPod Touch to a nearby Apple store and they will give you a new one. Or send it to apple and they will give you a new one. This is a well documented problem that apple is replacing ipods with this problem your itouch is under warranty...use it
Wow, thats quite a unique symptom. Usually on the Panasonics, when the screen goes blank it is because the vertical output IC has cracked solder joints, but in that case you will not see the channel numbers displayed on the screen. If you have good audio but see absolutely no picture but you do get channel numbers on the screen then there is a problem in the video circuits. The fact that you say it happens occasionally suggests that a solder joint has cracked loose somewhere in those video circuits and that should be an easy repair that should not cost too much money, so it is fixable and I would not toss the TV yet.