Clutch disk was slipping some, now slips all the time in all gears. Slipping at all is a sign of wear, and the more it slips the more it wears and goes quickly to heck.
That's my idea.
I'm not sure about your idea on clutch hose - - you think it was permitting fluid flow one way, to release slave, but NOT permitting it to flow back when you let up on the pedal? Possible I guess but unlikely.
Anyway, to investigate I think you have to pull tranny, and you can replace that line then pretty easily, so do it if you want to.
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