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Lumina (Aldi) Overlocker

Lumina (Aldi) Overlocker Questions & Answers

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11 questions from our users

Where can I get a foot pedal for a Lumina 8002D overlocker please
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My needle broke while sewing last night I replaced it it broke again replaced it no w it won't sew at all can you give me detailed instructions for no 1 threading as I know all the others are right thanks
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I need a power cord and foot piece. Does anyone know where I can get one from?
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I would contact aldi and adk where youcan get spare parts!

Does anyone know when this overlocker got discontinued please? Thankyou.
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I saw a few on special for very low price about 2 years ago so probably around that time!If you want a new one I have one never used in original packageI have one if somebody wants one - it is brand new - hasn't even been taken out of the box

I can't find my instruction booklet that tells me how to thread the overlocker. I can't find one online either. Does anyone have a PDF they can share?
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Google "Janome Aldi overlocker" - the manual should be on the first page of results under "PDF - Overlocker - Stirling Aldi"no i don't i threw everything out when overlocker broke!

How Much is the Aldi Overlocker I am thinking of buying one?
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Sorry I cant recall. They are not in stock normally and only come up as a special in their catalogue .they are quite a bit bit cheaper than the mainstream brands .It's Ok I found it they are $199 thank you Cheers Elly$199 last week on soecial

Was thinking of getting the Semco overlocker on special for VIP from Spotlight, does anyone have one? Are spare parts easy to find?
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Don't Purchase your overlocker from a reputable dealer where you can get follow up and help not from an off the shelf outlet where there is little or no product knowledgeOppps my reply should read D O N T ( Do Not ) purchase from Spotlight

Where can I get spare parts for the Lumina overlocker from Aldi? The older model purchased in 2008.
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Your best bet is through a janome dealerI do not have it anymore, glad to get rid of it!

Does anyone have a scanned copy of the manual ? Mine has gone AWOL and I'm quite new to over locking. Help would be much appreciated.
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Hi there!! Did you come right with the Manual? I have found the Jenome8002D instruction manual. The Lumina machine looks like a cheaper replica of the Jenome - what do you think? Here is the link to the Jenome manual. Perhaps it might help. Jeanninehttp://content.janome.com/userfiles/file/Inst%20book%208002D(Eng).pdfThanks Jeannine it is basically the same machine so this is wonderful, really appreciate the help. annlou

how to thread a lumina over lock machine
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Hi Shama Threading can be done, but you have to be very patient and dexterous (almost a contortionist!). It is not easy, that is why I no longer have my Lumina machine. JeanI use a long thin handled gadget that is designed for turning sewn pieces inside out, as it has a tiny hook and latch on the end you can push it through the gap under the machine and grab the thread after the second last hole is threaded and pull the tread through to thread the final part of the looper. I have spent a lot of time today learning that trick otherwise the machine has been great. There are you tube videos that helped too. The machine seems to actually be a janome so try videos about that this one was good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pSRH6ldom4Use a pair of tweezers and watch this youtube tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zszJYQe2aws

Can we all share what settings we have our machines on? I am struggling to get the lower right setting correct, its always too loose. I am brand new to overlocking so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Orange 3 blue 4 red 3.5 green 4 but changes according to tge string.

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