When an mp3 is playing, when you connect the headphones, these do not sound.
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Oops sorry , its just a preliminary check up , whether your port , in which you connect those peripheral objects to the computer .
Sometimes that hardware makes a problem .
From your info , it comes to know that its problem for your headphone , since only speaker is working .
Try test that headphone with any other computer
On my laptop I have built in speakers. When I plug in my headphones the built in speakers still play, the headphones play, also. My mixer (volume control) has a separate adjustment for the headphone jack. Does you Alsa Mixer have a volume control for the speakers and a separate control for the headphones? If so, is the headphone setting muted, or not muted?
I have another computer that when I plug my headphones in, the speakers automatically turn off.
Can you try the headphones on a different computer, or with a radio or something else?