Aren't 3D printers fun...
As you have had a clog & cleared it with the wire tool, the chances are that your breaking filament is caused by... a clog. The tool only opens a small hole but the actual nozzle/hotend is likely to be full of filament and restricting the flow. As you didn't have the bowden tube locked in place(blue clip) it is likely that hot filament oozed out between the end of the tube & the nozzle. This will take a bit of patience to clear out.
As a starter, I would do what is termed a "cold pull". Turn on the printer & select the pre-heat printhead for PLA (I assume you know where that is if you have levelled the bed), while it is warming up, remove the blue clip & unscrew the bowden connector. Once up to temp, pull the filament sharply out of the printhead. With luck you will not break it and will pull out a nasty lump of plastic on the end of the filament. Cut this off. If this worked then re-insert the connector, push the bowden tube right in, pull the wee bit up and put on the blue clip. Hopefully that works or you could be looking at taking the nozzle off for cleaning (done warm too).
I also advise getting yourself a new SD card as the one supplied is junk and will cause issues with your prints.