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It's possible that it's an internal issue. The only thing i can say is to restore your firmware if you can. If not, it's probably dieing on you. It's either the motherboard or the screen that's going bad.
The screen isn't actually black when the player isn't turned on, more of a dark grey color. I say this because it's actually possible for the player to turn the screen darker when it's turned on ... the lettering on iPod menus is darker than the background color.
I would recommend that you try to reset the player, but given that it sounds like it's one of those Chinese clones of an iPod, and not an iPod itself, I don't know how you'd reset it. Most MP3 players can be reset by sliding and holding the power switch into the "on" position for some number of seconds (try 20), then releasing it.
sounds like your screen is broken - did it get dropped, hit or anything recently? If that's what's wrong, there's not much you can do about it. if it's still under warranty or anything see if you can get it replaced, but that's about it.
quality of video? the playback is set by techs at the factory usally a boring screen with all the colors and black and white...it consistant the tech problably never tested it and passed it. they all need adjustments and precise to.
take it back for a exchange.