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Heatsink/Fan replaced...keyboard warping?

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I just got my laptop back from repair a short while ago. They apparently replaced the heatsink/fan as it was failing and making loud noises. Just this past weekend I went to use the laptop and noticed that the F9 key is locked down on an angle, won't budge and if you look down while standing over the keyboard, it almost looks pried away on what I guess would be the keyboard matting underneath. The F9 key it hasn't been used since the laptop came back (I rarely use the F keys). Also, it appears the basil (Dad's term) around the top of the keyboard is now warped. Can anyone tell me if this is sign that somewhere the laptop is overheating?

No one else but myself uses the laptop, so I know that no one would have been playing with the keyboard.

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Take it back.

It's most likely the keyboard hasn't been clipped in properly, which can generate a warped effect on a laptop keyboard.
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