Pivot Table conditional formatting with formula

emmykav

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Weekabcde
11500023377177501456414073
21800023377177501456314074
32300030008209772399914145
41500023377177501456414074
52100023377177501456414074
62200032742194281864115835
72500032742194281864115835
82400032741194281864215836
92200031642208991983715878
101700041168219202208216581

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Please can somebody help me? I have a pivot table, see example above and need use conditional formatting to show when the difference between weeks is >2000 go red, but to stay red until the below cell drops below a difference of £3000. So for example a2:a3 & a5:a9 would turn red. Does anybody know? Obviously I need the conditional formatting to work every time I refresh the data too.
 

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