If you were attempting to measure the bias across one of the source resistors with your DMM set to measure current, what you've effectively done is put another low-resistance path in place of the source resistor. Your DMM manual should tell you the value, but it's not too relevant. Given that the source resistors are 0R47 and 0R56 ... although you saw / smelt smoke, you may not have hurt much given that you likely did not change the current through the associated part 'dramatically'. I'd first check the output MOSFET directly associated with the resistor you were measuring across. It may measure OK on something like your Peak. However, I'd inspect the back of the part for visual thermal damage. If you have another pair of output devices, it couldn't hurt to swap them, particularly since you've already got the board out and one part removed.
My $0.02, and I'm sure I've likely missed something, or that I could be dead wrong. However, that's where I'd start the path to verification and a bit of the logic behind it.
BTW - if you have a DBT and/or a Variac, now may be the perfect time to back the bias back off and slowly ramp back up while taking a few measurements to check operation. You may have gotten pretty lucky and just heated up a part a bit too much w/o killing it. They're fairly robust. Also, if your amp is properly fused, you'd likely have blown a fuse before too much could go haywire unless you were quick, quick, quick to turn it off.