Enigma 1114: Christmas changes
From New Scientist #2270, 23rd December 2000 [link]
Christmas is said to change things and so this enigma is an old puzzle with some changes.
Problem: You have to assign a digit to each of the 10 letters in the sum here:
When you have decided on an assignment of digits to the 10 letters, then your assignment is a solution of the problem if it satisfies at least one of the following conditions:
• At least one digit is assigned to more than one letter.
• When the digits are put into the addition sum it is not correct.
• The digit assigned to “U” is smaller than the digit assigned to “H”.
You need to find an assignment of digits to the 10 letters which is NOT a solution of the problem.
What is the value of BLEAT in your assignment?