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As you know the wood is expensive, and it would be terrible if you cut corners only to be disappointing with the results because of the vinyl being left under it.
The lino is as described, then yes, you can apply solid wood flooring over it but do use rosin paper as underlay between wood and lino.
So double check what is under this, because if there is a thin underlay as proper, it might be necessary to take it up first, and that could be easier than separating the lino.
To check, you could pull a floor register if you have forced air heat supplied at the floor. Otherwise, you might have to do something like roll the refer out and drill a 1" + hole in the floor under it
Having this done professionally is not really that much money and its the professional way of
If you have a concern there are many on line testing companies that offer this type of test for around $35-50 cut a small spot out from under the fridge and send it out.