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No, this is usually a faulty nipple. the easiest way to correct this is to remove the keyboard, remove the keyboard connector which is a thin ribbon cable, then slip a piece of paper in to block the thin connections for the nipple (not blocking the keyboard pins, you'll see the difference).
With regard to your Vaio keyboard that some of the keys are not working, there are some possibility it is happening, 2 common things are the keys are defective or there might be some obstructions like dust, dirt or something that might be blocking the connection of the keys whenever you presses it. You can try cleaning the keyboard with a air can to blow anything that might be blocking it, however if that didnt work, most probably you will need to get a new keyboard replacement.
there are specific vaio notebook models where the keyboards cannot be easily replaced. that is the reason why their parts department do not sell keyboard parts. if that is the case, what you can do is to call sony to set up a repair for keyboard replacement or go to sony.com/repair if you want to process the repair online
Recommend to confirm the computer functions properly with a USB keyboard connected.
If it functions correctly with the external keyboard, most likely the notebook's keyboard is damaged or possibly disconnected. To fix either problem disassembly by a technician to take care of the repairs would be required.