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Make sure you have fresh batteries in it. the little red button under the battery cover is the sync button. Push it and you should see the 4 blue lights flash on the remote. Push the sync button on the Wii (red button under the front flap) and wait a few seconds. The remote light should stop flashing and one of the lights should light, indicating which remote it is (1-4) Repeat as necessary or change the order of button pushing if it doesn't work the second time.
Is it an original controller or an aftermarket one? But anyway seems to be a Bluetooth issue. Make sure your ps3 is not tucked away in an entertainment center. That could block the signal. Next plug the controller into the ps3 via the USB cable, see if that works. If so, then go into settings, reassign controller. See if that helps. If not then buy a new controller.
To connect any form of controller to your Wii, you need to flip open the flap on the front of the Wii system. There should be a small red button. You must hold that, and then push a pin into the small hole on the back of the controller (There should be a round red button inside of that as well) and hold them for a few seconds. This will automatically pair the controller and system.
After installing batteries in the controller and inserting the usb stick into your PS3, hold down the home button (the round middle most button with a house on it) for a few seconds until the light on the controller illuminates. This is your indicator your controller is paired with your PS3 and should be assignable and usable at this point.
ps3s do not have a white light but the red flashing one at the end means you have a critical hardware failure something has died on the circuit board usually the cpu or gpu cannot be fixed easily if you dont know much bout electrical stuff but it can be done, but first id check if the console is under warranty if so return it for a brand new one