It's output is determined by the formula Vo=1.205 (1+R2/R1). In the circuit R1=1Mega Ohm and R2=0.562 Mega Ohm, therefore, the Vout equals approx 1.9V. I may be I'm wrong but if someone could test the output, which is on pin5, we will know for sure.

On R258 is the code: 562 (with a 4th char not readable, however it seems like an S). Just de-soldered one and it is 562 kΩ (0.562MΩ).

I calculate based on: 562kΩ

Which then leaves us with:

Vo=1.205 (1+(R1/R2)) -> Please be careful with formulas (see brackets)

Vo=1.205 * (1+(1MΩ/0.562MΩ))=3.34V (which is what I measure on my 3 boards -> 2.9V, 3.14V and 3.00V!!!)

So I think I can 100% surely say it should be between 3.0 and 3.34V

Your formula is faulty (should be R1/R2 furthermore first divide/multiply then subtract etc).

Which leaves us with the question, is your measurement 1.9V? Then there is a problem in your circuit.

Please answer the questions from my other topic before I can help you in giving you directions.

An update on my meters:

2 NXP chips are broken (short);

1 and possibly 2 MSP430 are broken (hope to use the 2nd to read program from with MSP programmer when it arrives, same for 3rd chip). Big chance they are all blown).

So for now I am stuck waiting for the programmer.