misassemble

verb
mis·as·sem·ble | \ ˌmis-ə-ˈsem-bəl \
misassembled; misassembling

Definition of misassemble 

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: to put the parts of (something) together in an incorrect manner : to assemble (something) wrongly And any mechanic who thinks the computer is going to tell him what he misassembled under the dash is probably better suited to working with a shovel instead of a computer. —Mike Allen

First Known Use of misassemble

1927, in the meaning defined above

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