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I think this is probably just a coincidence that you changed the water filter and a couple of weeks later the dispenser doesnt work. If it failed the same or next day then possibly related but unlikely. The water filter purely affects the water supply line. Does the dispenser (water) make a noise (clicking) when activated. If it does then I would check the incoming water supply. If it makes no noise then you possibly have an electrical fault not providing power down to the water solenoid valve. The way to check the ice dispenser is to see if you first have any ice production if you do then again it could be an electrical control fault. You could check the underneath of the cabinet low level for the wiring connection from the door to see if it is dislodged or damaged however if it is a control issue then I would suggest contacting a good fridge tech. Hope this helps.
Kathryn, make sure you do not have the dispenser locked out. Press and hold the lock button for 3 seconds. If you have a green light above the pad this indicates lock. You are going to have to hold the water lever for a while until all the air in the new filter is purged. Catriver...post back.