Sorry, I don’t have a clue about using a computer without visual feedback… Well, I’ve used DOS and command line programs, but with Windows… I’m in no position to suggest anything…
Try Effect → Click Removal. You’ll have to experiment with the settings.
There is also a Repair effect, but I think you have to find the defect in the waveform visually.
There are specialized programs for cleaning-up vinyl. Click Repair and Wave Corrector are popular, affordable, and automated (so you shouldn’t need to see the waveform).
This page has several software recommendations and TONS of other information about digitizing vinyl.
I use a program called Wave Repair, BUT it works best in the manual mode and it’s VERY time consuming… It usually takes me a full weekend to clean-up a vinyl transfer. And, you really have to “find” the defects visually (in the waveform or spectrum-view) because when play a just a few milliseconds of audio, it all sounds pretty-much like a “click” and you can’t tell if you’ve located the defect or not.