Also, there seems to be an issue with a phantom storage unit detected by the multicard reader (there is nothing there) that might be complicating this issue. This was one of the references I've found on the problem:
Using Synaptic I tried the "Reload" icon. The package still has a [!] icon and won't allow upgrade. The good news is that Synaptic seems to recognize that I have version 109 installed, unfortunately the Sparky App Center appears to think I have version 111 installed? The 'Force Version' option listed in the wiki for Synaptic I have not tried yet. Synaptic also says version 111 is testing.
If I 'mark for upgrade' using Synaptic an 'Unresolved dependencies' error comes up.
1) Using Sparky's "APTus Center" it says the current Librewolf version installed is 111.0-3. 2) Using "Synaptic" it says the current Librewolf version installed is 109.0-1. 3) The Librewolf browser says it is version 109.0. Although version 109 is an outdated version the browser still works fine. 4) During the daily 'System Upgrade' process whenever Librewolf appears in the Sparky Terminal it is not upgraded to version 111 and displays "kept back" status. Is Synaptic doing this "kept back" status? 5) The current Flatpak version of Librewolf from Flathub is 112.0.1-2