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I have 33 spaces can i get more space to put stoves on

I keep earning 4x 6x 8x stoves but i am only alowed 33 in my cafe what do i need to do to get more stove space i have the stoves but no where to put them

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    clairedempst Oct 30, 2012

    I have 33 space to put my stoves so now when i earn a new 4x 4x or a 6x burner i cant use it unless i remove a stove already in use i can only place 33 stoves in my kitchen at any one time and i have stoves in my invertry which r un used because i have no space to put them how do i get more kitchen space to put out my new stoves

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