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How to conditional format one cell's colour, based on frequency of colour in other cells?

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MJ_18
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I would like to conditional format one cell's colour, based on frequency of colour in other cells.
For example

 

H128 to change to red, when more than 5 cells in the range H120 to H127 are also red.

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