In the manufacturing of the transformer the occurrence of air gaps at the joints of the legs and yokes of the core lamination stacking of the transformers is inevitable. The air-gap in the core joints affects the magnetic flux density and the magnetic flux distribution in the core. The location, shape, length and number of air-gaps all are different from each other. The increase in air-gap of transformer core will increase the reluctance of the core causing a reduction in the total magnetic flux value. The effects of the air-gap in joints cannot be exactly analyzed mathematically. However, the electromagnetic modeling using the finite element method provides facility to simulate and analyze such a problem. In this study, the effects of air-gaps with different shapes and length in the transformer legs on the stray magnetic are compared with using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software.