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If anyone is still interested, there are usually plenty available for a modest price on Ebay, and for reference, the following Clevo laptops use the same keyboard.
Clevo D9 D90 D900 D900C D9T D900T D9K D900K D47 M59 D590.
An OEM replacement can also be found by searching on Ebay for the manufacturer's part number which can be found on the undrneath of the keybord.
It seems it is a product of SiS. Visit http://www.sis.com.tw and search the BIOS upgrade in the download or support section. If SIS has launched any upgrade for your product, it will be available there. (email@example.com)
I had the same problem with a clevo and removed the small rubber pads' had someone machine small aluminum pads app 10mm in height and replaced them and the problem seems to be gone.They seem to sit to low on the table and they don't get enough ventalation.