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With the playstation powered ON plug the USB Receiver in the Console into Input 1#. The Light on the receiver will flash rapidly. On the controller press the menu button. the led on the controller then will flash rapidly, press the menu button again while the LED on the Controler is Flashing. Once you have done this you should get a solid Light on the controler. Now your controler is set.
If the reciever is plugged into the console it should just work. There IS a power button on Mad Catz. Make sure it's turned on but other than that it should work. It doesn't need to be synced to the reciever. It was made already synced. Check the batteries. Make sure the reciever is plugged all the way in.
mine sometimes does that, just try pushing and holding it until the options come up on the screen, then turn off controller. Then try turning it back on. If that doesn't work, turn the ps3 off when its done charging, then unplug it while its off. This should work.
I had the same problem, so I called customer service and had me do this:
1) with the USB cable plugged into the controller, power down the ps3 and turn the on/off switch in the back to "off".
2) hold your thumb down on the front button (where you normally can turn it on) while turning the switch on the back to "on" again. keep your thumb or finger on the front switch.
3) You will hear the normal "beep" that you usually hear when the PS3 boots up, but after a few seconds later, you will hear a secondary beep. Remove your thumb or finger after this second beep and the PS3 will reset itself after a few seconds. I have a projector connected to it, so I had to set the display screen back to HDMI afterwards, but when I disconnected the USB cable the controller worked wirelessly again. The customer service rep said that this allowed the controller to pair with the PS3 again. Note: You probably do not have to have the controller plugged into the USB cable at all while doing this. I just happened to have it plugged in. Hope this helps.