It is not unusual to have a little clutch drag especially when the oil is cold, the plates don't spin freely.
Just tweaking your leaver like that should make no difference to your adjustments so it could have always been a problem ??
Your clutch has 2 adjustment points, one at your leaver and one down near your front sprocket.
They are both very important, you need some free play in the cable and at the push rod but not too much.
Do a search on this site and you will find the adjustment procedures for your bike but as I said just snapping the end off your leaver should make no difference so it may not require adjustment.
Are you having trouble starting the bike because the clutch switch is not working ???
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