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if the light isn't flashing 1 of 2 things the usb cable is bad or the battery is done try another cable or plug in another controller and see if it charges that would rule out the cable ..Hope this helps
just send it in to the ps headquarters or call customer support thats my best answer do not open it and try to figure it out urself unless u have a tutrial... i broke my psp opening and trying to do it myself....
I would try putting the controller that you know works into the 2nd guitar. If the guitar works with the good controller then you will know that it's an issue with your other controller opposed to there being a problem with the 2nd guitar.
Please correct me if i'm wrong and misunderstanding you.
I would also make sure that the controller that keeps flashing works without any guitar. Just try playing one of your other games that doesn't require the guitar - that way you know it works. If it keeps flashing like that then we need to advance to some other steps.
I think that the lights flashing probably means that the remote isn't being recognized by the system.
I know that sometimes if the battery is really low the remote will flash and then shut off; I would definately just try replacing the batteries to see if that helps as well. (just to eliminate some of the more simple possibilities)
Let me know how this all plays out for you - I can always dig deeper into the problem if I didn't help you.
I had the excact same problem with a Microsoft wireless controller. It just showed it synced fine and the controller dropper off the rig right after, keeping blinking idly as always when unconnected.
Solution: When you power the console on with the X button on the controller, try pressing the connect button on the controller then, apparently the console looks for controllers when it's just opening the user interface. Had to try it twice but it synced fine just as I was giving up hope, and has been working ever since!