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When my range digital display lights failed everything as you describe happened except the "pop". The display just faded and died. I replaced the display unit (a simple swap out involving pulling the wires one at a time and reconnecting to the new display as I pulled them so as not to connect wrongly). Once done I haven't had a problem since and the display was noticeably brighter. It appears that the display unit only affects the ovens operation for heat control and everything else is on a different circuit which is why your oven light and rings are still operational.
it sounds like the clock assy. cooked or there's a shorted wire somewhere,did the bake element crack or short out?this also can take out the clock assy.if the part is 150 dollars that 's not bad,some of them cost 300 or more.good luck with your oven,also you should have an electrician come in and put the stove on it's own electrical line.
I don't have a solution but a thought. Sometimes the main circuit board can be corrupted during a power surge or outage. You may need to have the circuit board re-set by a professional tech or replace it. Can you try going to the breaker box/pannel and flipping the breaker off for about 30min. to let the circuit board re-set. If that doesn't work then see if someone else has any suggestions or call a tech.