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I guess it will depend on where the timer recording list is kept. Memory or Hard Drive.
These machines often have an internal battery (or capacitor) to keep the date & time correct. Did the date or time need reentering when you turned it back on?
There may be a key sequence to reset this. See Manual.
Can the internal Hard Drive be formatted using the internal software. Basically like formatting a computer Hard Drive
I don't know what your local ruling is regarding warranty repairs but in Europe, if a fault is reported before the warranty period has expired and the fault is not rectified for a period of at least 3 months, the warranty for that fault continues until the fault is rectified. I should contact Samsung now and explain the situation to them. Write it all down and don't delay! Hope you get success.
Which system are you using?
If you are using panasonic kx td 1232 then just press the * key keeping the handset on hook.
If you are using a panasonic kx tda system then just press the transfer button keeping the handset onhook.
To change the date you will need to goin the program mode by pressing the Program button followed by *# 1234. then it will show on the display sys pgm no : enter 000 and press autodial or enter. Then you can change the date.
According to posts on a another forum, you can fix this problem by unplugging the printer, removing the battery or sticking a business card between the battery and its contact point. It should work when you plug it back in.