Thanks for the question.
So you say you have power to the unit did you check that with a volt meter at the terminal block in the back of the stove.
I looked at the diagram and if that control board fails it cuts power to the top burners as well check the wiring diagram when you get home .or check this one.
At first I had no power at all. No clock, no oven, no stovetop elements. I did have power to the warming drawer and the warming element. I called the same site you referenced and the guy said you almost certainly need mart #20, the main control panel. I ordered it and replaced it. The clock then worked and so did the oven plus the two warmers referenced above. I then figured the two individual control circuit boards needed replaceing. I ordered two, but only recieved one. I replaced the left panel and got no response. Does that make any since?
I have 127 between the red and white as well as between the black and white at the main connection to the stove. I have 250 V between the red and black legs.
I have 127 V between the PI an P2,3,4,and 5 on the lower control card.
I have 122 V between P10 and P 6,7,8,and 9, also on the lower circuit card.
Where else should I check?
all of the power to the unit for the burners run through the lower board and since you had a power surge its almost certainly blown, you need to replace that, the part # XX,
XXXXXXXXX you can get this @ Sears for $135.00, heres a link, http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/showPart.pd?partNumber=316239400&productGroupId=0022&supplierId=628&brandId=1428&documentId=R0401085&keySuffixId=N A&modelNumber=PLEF398CCD&keyId=0097&pageId=00001&productTypeId=0124111&searchModelNumber=PLEF398CCD&subCompDesc=Backguard&brandDesc=FRIGIDAIRE&modelDesc=ELECTRIC-RANGE&blt=11 thanks Bryan